Founding Year: 2011

Staff: 8


Sharan Burrow (President)

Also known as the International Labour Foundation for Sustainable Development, is a non-governmental organization founded on the belief that “workers can play a fundamental role in the route to a sustainable world.” It encourages trade unions to “stimulate the social aspects of sustainable development while at the same time  contributing to the economic and environmental dimensions.” It works to involve them in environmental debates with the ultimate aim of “changing production and consumption patterns at local, national and international levels.” SustainLabour closed down in May 2016.

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SustainLabour contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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