Collaborations built for impact
Quizrr contributes to and forms collaborations between organisations and businesses that realize the benefits of dialogue, engagement and decent work. Find out more about our partnerships below.
Ethical Trade Norway
Ethical trade Norway is a member based organization and resource center for sustainable trade. Their aim is to promote responsible business conduct in supply chains so that trade helps to secure human rights, workers rights, society and environment.
Read more on Ethical Trade Norway's website.
Danish Ethical Trading Initiative
DIEH is a nationwide organisation whose purpose is, through cooperation between different stakeholders, on a non-profit basis, to promote international trade that respects human- and labour rights, environmental considerations and contributes to global sustainable development by strengthening members’ efforts in ethical trade.
Read more on Danish Ethical Trading Initiatives website.
Ethical Trading Initiative
Influence business to act responsibly and promote decent work. Taking a unique approach to business and human rights, our members are forward-thinking companies, trade unions and NGOs. Together, we tackle the complex challenges of today’s global supply chains, improving the lives of workers worldwide.
Read more on Ethical Trading Initiatives website.
Axfoundation is an independent, non-profit organization working practically and concretely towards building a sustainable society. We believe that entrepreneurship and broad collaborations with many actors in society are necessary for change. We want to create real change. We aim to inspire those we work with, and act for change - either individually or collectively.
Read more on Axfoundations website.
Solidaridads mission is to bring together supply chain players and engage them with innovative solutions to improve production, ensuring the transition to a sustainable and inclusive economy that maximizes the benefit for all.
Read more on Solidaridads website.
The Center for Child Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility (CCR CSR) has been a pioneer consulting business on child rights in their supply chains for nearly 10 years, working in a growing number of Asian countries. CCR CSR, as a social enterprise, has extensive experience and expertise in helping companies improve their direct and indirect impact on children and through it, strengthen their sustainable business.
Read more on CCR CSR's website.
HERprojects model brings together global brands, their suppliers, and local partners to create and implement workplace-based interventions on health, financial inclusion, and gender equality. Their ambition is for employment and empowerment to go hand-in-hand for women workers, with an empowered female workforce seen as a driver for business success.
Read more on HERprojects website.
Better Work – a collaboration between the United Nation’s International Labour Organization (ILO)and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group – is a comprehensive programme bringing together all levels of the garment industry to improve working conditions and respect of labour rights for workers, and boost the competitiveness of apparel businesses.
Read more on BetterWorks website.
International Organization for Imigrants (IOM)
IOM works to help ensure the orderly and humane management of migration, to promote international cooperation on migration issues, to assist in the search for practical solutions to migration problems and to provide humanitarian assistance to migrants in need, including refugees and internally displaced people.
Read more on IOMs website.
Just Solutions Network
Just Solutions are united around a holistic vision of the balanced organisation as a driver of stable socio-economic development with benefits being shared equitably along the supply chain. They offer a ‘big picture’ thinking while remaining grounded in the detailed local knowledge that comes from decades of combined experience on the front-line of the global workplace.
Read more on Just Solutions Networks website.
Ocean Observations believe design uncovers solutions to the problems we face. They use design to build services that are resilient in culturally, strategically and technologically fast paced worlds. Innovation, like the problems we face, has never been one sided. That is why co-creation is at the heart of their design process—only by collaborating can we make meaningful solutions.
Read more on Ocean Observations website.