Empowering people

We are committed to respecting human rights across our operations and value chain, in line with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights1, and creating positive social impact2: driving better outcomes for our workforce, workers and communities in our supply chain, workers in collection and recycling and people in our value chain.

Read how we’re contributing through concrete actions to put people first.

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Tetra Laval donates €500,000 to Italy flood relief

Tetra Laval expresses concern and sympathy towards those impacted by the catastrophic floods in Italy and is contributing €500,000 towards relief efforts.

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Tetra Pak supports Türkiye and Syria earthquake victims

Tetra Pak gives support for people affected by the earthquake in Türkiye and Syria

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1The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) are the global standard for business conduct concerning human rights. They're composed of 3 pillars:

First, the state has a duty to protect people against human rights harm by business. It requires states to use all the tools at their disposal—law, policy, regulation, and adjudication—to protect against human rights harm by business.

Second, businesses have a responsibility to respect human rights. That is, businesses should not infringe on human rights in their own operations, or in their business relationships (e.g. with partners, suppliers, and customers). That responsibility of businesses is much harder to realise when the state does not do its job, but the responsibility remains, nonetheless.

Third, there is a need for greater access to remedy. This requires states & businesses to play roles in providing access to effective remedy—both judicial and non-judicial—for those harmed by business-related human rights abuse.