ASUCLA Social Responsibility and Engagement

Wed 9/30 • 12PM PDT

ASUCLA is committed to selecting licensees who agree to produce products under fair, safe, and humane working conditions and who demonstrate management processes that enable them to achieve progress toward implementation of these standards throughout their supply chain.

In 1998, the University of California became among the first universities in the country to adopt a code of conduct concerning fair labor standards and practices and made it applicable to all of its trademark licensees. The UC Trademark Licensing Code of Conduct (“UC Code”) requires supply chain transparency and disclosure and addresses standards to be met in the follow areas:
• Wages and Benefits
• Child Labor
• Forced Labor
• Health & Safety
• Nondiscrimination
• Women’s Rights
• Harassment and Abuse
• Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining

Here are videos that explain our Ethical Labor Policies:

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