The Local Resources Network (LRN) is a global network of local advisors, sourcing companies, suppliers and other organisations.
Our aim is to remediate human rights violations and improve working and environmental conditions in global supply chains.
Our mission is to connect sourcing companies with local advisors who have the experience and knowledge needed to create sustainable improvements. LRN’s vision is safe workplaces, decent working conditions and responsible business practices.


Find Your Improvement & Remediation Partner

Whether you’re looking for child labour remediators expertise in India, experts in labour standards assessments social auditors in China or an HSE trainer in Kenya, as a member of the Local Resources Network you now have access to a rapidly growing database of specialist, on-the-ground experts who can increase your business’s effectiveness in improving working and environmental conditions.

If you’re an organisation or individual based in a sourcing country with expertise in assessing and improving workers’ rights and ethical trade and environmental issues, you can showcase your capabilities and experience to a global audience and get in touch with retailers, brands, multinational companies, suppliers and  and organisations keen to work with local advisors.

Many fruitful partnerships have already been forged on a wide variety of projects, from assessing risk in new sourcing countries to resolving major issues for workers.


What LRN members say:

"We have used the Local Resources Network to find local partners in many countries and have been pleased with their professionalism and quality of output."

Louise Nicholls, Head of Responsible Sourcing, Marks & Spencer


"It is impossible to do a decent job of mapping and improving working conditions without the social and cultural knowledge that local organisations possess."

Tone Cecilie Lie, CSR Manager, The Euro Sko Group

 

"LRN is a valuable network that connects our organization to the global social compliance community, and an effective facilitator for business partnerships."

Qing Zhang, manager, TAOS Network