|Submission Date||March 2, 2018|
EN-15: Trademark Licensing
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Is the institution a member of the Worker Rights Consortium?:
Is the institution a member of the Fair Labor Association? :
A brief description of the institution’s WRC or FLA membership, including the year membership was last established or renewed:
As a member of the Workers Rights Consortium and the Fair Labor Association, the university takes seriously its responsibility to examine labor practices of its vendors and contractors. See more in SU's Anti-Sweatshop policy: https://www.seattleu.edu/media/procurement-services/Anti-Sweatshop-Policy.pdf:
Seattle University has joined the Workers Rights Consortium (WRC) and the Fair Labor
Association (FLA) to independently monitor its contractors. These organizations will conduct monitoring for Seattle University in accordance with the organizations’ respective standards.
A. Contractors shall grant access to their factories and those of their sub-contractors, and to any records required for determining Code compliance, to the WRC and the FLA.
B. The WRC and the FLA will conduct periodic announced and unannounced visits of a
significant sampling of company factories and facilities of contractors to survey
compliance with this Code
C. The WRC and the FLA will disclose their findings to the contractors and to Seattle
The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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