Social Accountability International

Founding Year: 1997

Staff: 43

Budget: $3.4m

Alice Tepper Marlin (Founder)

The global NGO aims to advance human rights at work; working to ensure that there’s “decent work everywhere—sustained by an understanding that socially responsible workplaces benefit business while securing fundamental human rights.”  It provides assurance services to “various social accountability credentials through our accreditation division”,  which helps to “create confidence that social accountability credentials are granted with a high degree of quality and integrity.”



Social Accountability International contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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