Ethical Trading Initiative Sweden is a member organisation for companies and organisations in all sectors working for responsible business conduct in global supply chains.

We provide individual support, trainings and a platform for knowledge-sharing and collaboration. Together with our members, we develop new methods and work for concrete improvements in supply chains.

We are part of the Joint Ethical Trading Initiative (JETI) with sister organisations in the UK, Norway and Denmark.

What we do

Trainings

Trainings, seminars and workshops on human rights issues and practices.

Working groups and projects

Knowledge sharing and collaboration to address common risks and improve practices in supply chains.

Resources

Resources to help companies manage risks and promote responsible business conduct.

Advocacy

Joint efforts to influence laws and policies in Sweden and internationally.

Our members

Current work streams

Human rights due diligence
We support our members to carry out and strenghten their human rights due diligence in accordance with international standards and legislation.
For more information, please contact Emilie Schultze.

Food and beverage
Working group and projects gathering Swedish food and beverage retailers, companies and stakeholder organisations to address human rights issues in supply chains.
For more information, please contact Christopher Atapattu Riddselius.

Electric vehicles
Working group gathering public transportation actors and stakeholders to address sustainability challenges in the production of public vehicles.

In October 2023 the working group published a report on human rights risks linked to electric buses from China. The report can be found here.
For more information, please contact Christopher Atapattu Riddselius.

Risk commodities
Cross-industry collaboration for a sustainable production and consumption of risk commodities.
For more information, please contact Miriam Thunborg.

Solar energy
Working group gathering solar energy companies, public procurers and stakeholders to address human rights challenges with particular focus on China.
For more information, please contact Emilie Schultze.

China
Working group focused on knowledge sharing and recommendations on how to address forced labour risks in China.
For more information, please contact Christopher Atapattu Riddselius.

Address: Magnus Ladulåsgatan 1, 118 65 Stockholm, Sweden
Email: info@etisverige.se
Organisation number: 802528-0002