The Global Alliance for Sustainable Supply Chain (ASSC) has issued “the Ajinomoto Group Human Rights Due Diligence Impact Assessment Report 2019 (Thailand).”

This report summarizes the results of a human rights risk assessment conducted by ASSC at the request of Ajinomoto Co., Inc. The assessment was focusing on the supply chain in the fisheries and poultry industries in Thailand.

This survey was based on desk research conducted by Ajinomoto Co., Inc. in 2018, and was a five-day visit survey targeting Thailand, where human rights risks in the group’s supply chain are considered to be relatively high. Based on the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Business Conduct, published by OECD in 2018, research team visited to manufacturing plants and farms on the supply chain of the fishery and poultry industries, and conducted interview surveys with national human rights institution, local NPOs, industrial organizations, international organizations, and international NGOs.

Please see the original report by click the link below.

【ASSC】(ENG)Ajinomoto Group Human Rights Due Diligence Impact Assessment Report 2019(Thailand)

「Ajinomoto Group Sustainability Data Book 2019」(P.42)

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