Supply Chain Transparency Acts

OUR STAND

We’re deeply committed to upholding ethical sourcing practices globally that respect human rights and elevate working conditions of all individuals who manufacture our products. Modern slavery, including forced labour, bonded labour, human trafficking and servitude, is a concerning global issue. According to International Labour Organization (ILO) research, there are at least 21 million victims of forced labour across industries worldwide. We’re working to eliminate all forms of modern slavery in our supply chain, including human trafficking, and report our actions to manage this risk under the Modern Slavery Act and the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act.

OUR SUPPLY CHAIN

Our approach to building a responsible supply chain, starts with us and the mindful decisions we make. We take great care in establishing and maintaining long-term partnerships with suppliers that share our values. On-going partnerships allow us to keep our finger on the pulse of issues on the ground, foster transparency, and create space for collaboration to proactively address issues. Our policies and procedures pave the path to ensure we avoid or mitigate risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chain.

OUR POLICIES

Our Global Code of Conduct and Business Ethics is our highest ethical policy and sets out our zero tolerance approach to practices of forced or involuntary labour, child labour, or human trafficking of any kind within our operations and supply chain.

Our Vendor Code of Ethics (VCoE) is the cornerstone of a responsible supply chain, outlining our legal, humane and ethical standards of production. We take a zero tolerance stand on any form of forced labour.

Our Foreign Migrant Worker Standard protects and elevates a group of people vulnerable to forced labour practices, ensuring all work is completed on a voluntary and legal basis. We provide suppliers and their third party labour brokers with additional requirements and clarity for ethical recruitment and management of foreign migrant workers.

Learn more about our responsible supply chain practices.

For more information on our policies and practices to eradicate modern slavery, human trafficking and forced labour in our suply chain, see our Know The Chain Benchmark disclosure by Humanity United, Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, Sustainalytics and Verité.

We welcome all feedback on our disclosure and our efforts to prevent human trafficking and slavery. Please email us at sustainablepartner@lululemon.com.

Supply Chains Transparency Acts Joint Disclosure

Check out our full disclosure for the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015, California Transparency Disclosure in Supply Chains Act 2010, and Australia Modern Slavery Act 2018.