This bulletin was published on 7 April

Call for Inputs - PSCI Principles Update

Share your views on updating the PSCI Principles by 21 June

From March 2022 to May 2023, we will be reviewing and updating our Principles for Responsible Supply Chain Management (v2.0, 2019). This is a result of our regular 3-yearly Principles Update Process to ensure the Principles align with best practices.

As part of the 1st stage of this process, we are now opening the consultation to all stakeholders to submit views and suggestions. The consultative process will be running from April to June 2022 before we start the 2nd stage of the process of drafting, refining, and seeking approval. Click here for more information about the 2022-2023 Process and Timeline.

All PSCI stakeholders are welcome to contribute and submit comments. We expect this to include PSCI members, our partners from the advisory panel, regulatory bodies, industry bodies, NGOs, collaborative initiatives, academic institutions, supplier representatives, and other sustainable business experts.

How you can engage in the consultation:

  • For PSCI members, please submit inputs through the Topic Teams by 21st June 2022. If you would like to take this opportunity to join a Topic Team, please refer to the process here.
  • For all of our partners and external stakeholders, please submit your inputs via email to info@pscinitiative.org by 21st June 2022.
  • When submitting, please indicate what changes are needed to the current content in the Principles (v2.0,2019), why you think this change should be included, and supporting evidence.

Every stakeholder who submits a suggestion will be updated on the process by the end of 2022 and we will include specific feedback where possible.

We appreciate your support in our consultation process to help us better shape the PSCI principles. All your inputs will be reviewed and considered carefully by our Editorial Committee which is tasked with the overall overseeing of the process. If you have any questions about this consultation process, please contact Rosie Towe.