Some reports and articles spanning our work on labour, human rights and gender
Rainforest Alliance Field Study: Kenyan Tea
RA commissioned this study to help it understand how it can support positive change for the Kenyan tea industry. These key issues in focus were: the transition to mechanised harvesting; employment terms and conditions; discrimination and gender-based violence; health and safety); housing; and grievance mechanisms.
Inclusive banking: Emerging Practices to Advance the Economic Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities
This report, developed for the IFC, examines how (and why) leading international banks are supporting disability inclusion in the financial sector.
Decent Work Country Program for The Bahamas (2021-2026)
Ergon supported the ILO and its tripartite constituents in developing the new DWCP for The Bahamas. The DWCP provides the strategic framework for coordinating national efforts to advance decent work in The Bahamas and contribute to national development goals.
Inclusive banking: Emerging Practices to Advance the Economic Inclusion of LGBTI People
Developed by Ergon for the IFC, this report sets out the business case for supporting LGBTI inclusion in the banking sector, drawing on emerging practices from leading international banks and financial institutions.
Handbook on Effective Grievance Mechanisms
This Handbook describes a step-by-step approach to building a GM, including key concepts, the business case, common challenges, and practical recommendations, along with five detailed case studies from a variety of sectors.
Ergon's human rights due diligence services
Find out what we can do for your organisation in relation to understanding human rights risks, identifying where these are highest, and building action plans to reduce and prevent negative impacts in operations, supply chains and investment relationships.