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RISE Learning Modules

Retailers: Getting Started with RISE

This course provides guidance and recommendations for retailers/ brands to address core human and labor rights risks.

Suppliers: Getting Started with RISE

This course provides guidance, recommendations, and resources for suppliers to set and implement high standards for human rights protections.

Responsible Recruitment

Learn about what responsible recruitment is and why it is essential to address in seafood supply chains.

Decent Work at Sea

Learn more about the risks to workers, and the focused improvements that are needed to promote dignity and decent work for those at sea.




RISE Case Studies

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Benchmarking Seafood Companies

The World Benchmarking Alliance’s Seafood Stewardship Index assesses the 30 most influential seafood companies globally across four measurement areas: Governance and Strategy, Ecosystems, Traceability and Social Responsibility. 

Fair Trade in Bitung pole-and-line

Incentivizing best practices among tuna fishers through skill- and knowledge-building regarding their working conditions and labor rights.

Nestlé & Verité – Mapping supply chains

Nestlé and Verité worked to identify indicators of human rights issues in fishing ports, seafood processing operations, shrimp farms and vessels.


RISE Topics

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Social Responsibility Assessment Tool – Assessor Recognition

Implementing the Social Responsibility Assessment Tool

The Social Responsibility Assessment (SRA) Tool


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