|Submission Date||March 1, 2019|
University of Dayton
EN-15: Trademark Licensing
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Sustainability Reporting and Assessment Specialist
Facilities Management / Hanley Sustainability Institute
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:
Our membership with WRC was established in 2001 and FLA membership was established in 1999. We renew our membership with each organization annually.
University of Dayton Retail Operations are committed to sourcing products that are fair labor designated. Our team cares deeply about where our products are made. Students and other consumers advocating for workers across the globe are increasingly concerned with ethical and sustainable production. We work only with companies that are in good standing with the Fair Labor Association (FLA) http://www.fairlabor.org/ and/or Workers’ Rights Consortium (WRC) www.workersrights.org. We also participate in the designated supplier program. We do not work with companies with labor issues (ex: Russell Athletics, Adidas). For our Nike goods, we work with a third party (BCS) who has permission to use Nike trademark on their own fairly sourced goods. We do not order directly from Nike or purchase their factory produced garments.
In addition to our controlled sourcing, the University of Dayton is a Fair Trade Designated University.(https://udayton.edu/news/articles/2016/11/fair_trade_university_event.php)
The UD Bookstore hosts a fair trade boutique on the first floor of the Bookstore located in Marianist Hall. The Bookstore team is dedicated to fair trade offerings that inspire and engage to our customers. These offerings consist of several product categories including fine chocolates, home décor, accessories, jewelry, religious items and apparel. The UD Bookstore currently offers several fair trade brands including Alta Gracia, League, Ten Thousand Villages, Serrv, Novica, Minga, and Equal Exchange.
The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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