Our human rights policy, its underlying guidelines and our due diligence efforts are sought aligned with the guidance provided by the United Nations’ Guiding principles on Business and Human rights, and the core conventions of the International Labour Organization (ILO).
We regularly assess potential human and labour rights risks in our value chain. These assessments – carried out internally or in cooperation with external experts and peers – tend to reach the same conclusion: Pandora’s main human and labour rights risks (as well as environmental risks) are to be found in our supply chain. By sourcing our core jewellery materials from certified responsible suppliers, we seek to lower the risks of becoming complicit in human rights infringements. Further, Pandora’s Responsible Supplier Programme (read more under Product) is also designed to prevent us from becoming complicit in such infringements.
Consult our annual Ethics Reports for more information on how we ensure respect of human and workers’ rights in our supply chain.
Transparency in Supply Chains Statement
Read our current Transparency in Supply Chains Statement to learn how we work to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chain in accordance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and the UK Modern Slavery Act.
Annual transparency in supply chains statements: