Eradicating slave and child labor is among the Sustainable Development Goals. Increasingly, companies have been demanded by governments and civil society to take responsibility for decent working conditions in their production chains. InPACTO has shown, for 15 years, the importance and potential of involving the productive sector in the search for solutions for the eradication of Slave Labor.

Since 2014, InPACTO has been working with the business sector to build and disseminate a cutting-edge agenda that aims to leave the operating environment of companies, inside and outside the offices, in constant renewal and consolidation of values ​​of democracy, justice and ethic. We are here to offer technical and intellectual support for the company's actions in monitoring its production chain, as well as in collective sector actions.

By associating, the company beckons Brazilian society, as well as its customers and suppliers, its commitment to the process of eradicating slave labor, one of the most abject forms of economic exploitation of human beings, being the opposite of the decent work situation. .

The company's participation in InPACTO, strengthens the role of the Institute in the process of contributing to the construction of public policies, which focus on the prevention and fight against Slave Labor.

The advantages of participating in InPACTO activities are numerous, such as:

  • Develop strategic business practices for companies focused on this theme;
  • Promote the dialogue and articulation of companies' actions with other economic sectors, civil society and governments;
  • Sectoral meetings focused on challenges and collective strategies for the solution;
  • Group formation: establishing relationships and affinities, reliability agreements and commitments;
  • Group consolidation, sometimes with the development of its own visual identity;
  • Share obstacles and successful experiences;
  • Establishing common challenges and more effective and efficient strategies to solve them;
  • Production of external and internal communication materials;
  • Have access to the contents and manuals produced by InPACTO;
  • By adhering to InPACTO's commitments, the company has the opportunity to participate in monitoring, incorporating the theme of risk management, efficiency and innovation;
  • Engage, develop and qualify your value chain, with the technical support of InPACTO;
  • Contribute to the construction of public policies;
  • Participate free of charge in seminars, in-person or virtual and workshops.

InPACTO members must comply with our Bylaws, to access it, please click here.
To join, please contact Milene de Almeida, Mobilization and Relationship Coordinator (m.almeida@inpacto.org.br).

Our Supporters

Our Associates

List of Companies Associates

  • 3M do Brasil Ltda.
  • Aço Verde do Brasil SA
  • ADM Brazil
  • AGANJU Consultoria em Sustentabilidade e Responsabilidade Social Ltda.
  • Agra Foods Agroinsdustrial de Alimentos SA
  • Agropalma SA
  • Amaggi Exportação e Importação Ltda.
  • Steel Anchor
  • Banco Santander Brasil SA
  • BR Distribuidora SA
  • BRF
  • C&A Modas SA
  • Cargill Brazil
  • Carrefour
  • Santa Catarina Power Plants - Celesc
  • Eletronorte - Centrais Elétricas do Norte do Brasil SA
  • Franco Lawyers
  • Gelita South America
  • Big Group
  • Grupo Pão de Açucar (GPA)
  • Gusa Brasil Siderúrgica
  • Ipiranga
  • Itaú-Unibanco
  • JBS SA
  • Klabin
  • Lobo Indústria e Comércio Ltda.
  • Casas Pernambucanas stores - Arthur Lundgren Tecidos SA
  • Renner Stores
  • Lojas Riachuelo - Guararapes Group
  • Marfrig Global Foods SA
  • Minerva Foods SA
  • Nestle Brasil Ltda.
  • Odebrecht
  • Brazilian Oil - Petrobrás
  • Philip Morris
  • Syngenta
  • Tecnick
  • Tradelink Madeiras Ltda.
  • Tramontina Belém SA
  • Vale SA
  • Viaplan Engenharia e Empreendimentos
  • Viena Siderúrgica SA

List of Organizations Associates

  • ABIEC - Brazilian Association of Meat Exporting Industries
  • ABIOVE - Brazilian Association of Vegetable Oil Industries
  • ABIT - Brazilian Association of the Textile and Clothing Industry
  • CECAFÉ-Council of Coffee Exporters in Brazil
  • CEERT - Center for the Study of Labor Relations and Inequality
  • Slave Labor and Human Trafficking Clinic at UFMG Law School
  • Imaflora- Institute of Forest and Agricultural Management and Certification
  • Ethos Institute
  • Social Observatory Institute (IOS)
  • Decent Work Institute
  • Unimed Vitória Institute
  • Rainforest Alliance
  • Sebrae / PR
  • Sebrae / TO
  • Sinditêxtil
  • Unimed Sul Capixaba Medical Work Cooperative
  • Verité