This conference is organised with the support of the following organisations:

Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the channel through which the Dutch Government communicates with foreign governments and international organisations. It coordinates and carries out Dutch foreign policy. The Ministry has two halves: its headquarters in The Hague and its missions abroad (embassies, consulates, and permanent representations).

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is responsible for policy on international CSR and sustainable development and hosts the National Contact Point OECD Guidelines and its secretariat, based in The Hague.

Social and Economic Council (SER)

The Social and Economic Council of the Netherlands (SER) is an advisory and consultative body of employers' representatives, union representatives and independent experts. The Social and Economic Council of the Netherlands (SER) aims to help create social consensus on national and international socio-economic issues.

The SER recently published a brochure (in Dutch) on implementing a living wage in supply chains and hosts the conference at its location.


The Federation of the Dutch Grocery and Food Industry ( FNLI) is the umbrella organization for companies and trade associations active in the Dutch grocery industry (both food & drink and non-food). FNLI maintains contacts with or works in partnership with trade partners, the government, politicians, NGOs and the media. FNLI is a member of the Confederation of the Food and Drink Industry in the EU (FoodDrinkEurope) and the European Brands Association (AIM).

Fairfood International

Fairfood International is an innovative, fact-based non-profit organisation that advocates for fair and transparent food chains. Our mission is to establish fair conditions for marginalized workers and farmers in the food industry and to create a sustainable food system that secures a thriving economy for all, respects human rights, and preserves the environment for future generations.