The in person training activities are progressing successfully with five regional workshops so far this year.
The Modern Slavery Act is the first of its kind in Europe and one of the first in the world to address forced labor and human trafficking in the 21st century.
A new report by WWF and ISEAL Alliance explores how businesses can use credible voluntary sustainability standards to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The SAN Learning & Support team will be starting the In person training on February in Indonesia and Ivory Coast.
The winner of the first SAN Photo Contest will travel from Rwanda to Nicaragua to take a tour on two certified farms in that country. He is Nishan Gunasekera and works in Sorwathe certified tea state in Rwanda. In October last year he was announced as the winner of the Photo Contest for his photo of […]
A new case study exploring the Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN) cattle certification program development in Brazil has been published on Innovation For Succesful Societies (ISS). ISS chronicles innovation, especially in low- and middle-income countries for the Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs on Princeton University. The case study, by Blair Cameron, reports from the early success of […]