Stimulating Living Wage/Income in International Supply Chains
The report and brochures on this web page conclude the project Stimulating Living Wage/Income in International Supply Chains, commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and implemented by Berenschot from January - June 2012. The overall mission of the project was to identify actors and factors that influence the implementation of living wage/income in OECD DAC countries. More specifically, the mission is to stimulate living wage/income in international supply chains through Dutch businesses.
The living wage brochure provides a brief insight into the concept living wage.
The inventory report on Living wage in international supply chains describes and analyses the issue in detail. The thematic focus of this report is on seven sectors, namely: coffee, palm oil, textile, natural stone, electronics, tea and cocoa.