Social responsibility
Amazon is strongly committed to conducting our business in a lawful and ethical manner, including engaging with suppliers who respect human rights, provide safe and inclusive workplaces, and promote a sustainable future.

Social responsibility

About our supply chain
Our mission is for our products to be made in a way that respects human rights and the environment.
Find out more about our global supply chain.
The facilities listed produce Amazon-branded clothing, consumer electronics and home goods products. This list was last updated November 2019 and is subject to change; updates will be provided periodically. Click here to access a CSV list of our suppliers.
Key commitments
We are committed to assessing our impact and focusing our efforts in these key areas.
  • Safe workplaces
    Workers are entitled to safe and healthy workplaces.
  • Freely chosen employment
    All work should be voluntary; no worker should have to pay for a job.
  • Empowering women
    Quality jobs for women translate to positive impacts for communities.
  • Fair wages
    Wages should meet workers’ basic needs.
  • Environmental protection
    Safeguarding the environment protects workers and their communities.
The complex, persistent challenges in working conditions cannot be solved alone; improving supply chains requires collaboration. We are members of, or work closely with, these groups and initiatives.
  • Logo of amfori, an Amazon Sustainability partner
  • Logo of BSR, an Amazon Sustainability partner
  • Logo of the Responsible Business Alliance, an Amazon Sustainability partner
  • The Sedex: Member logo. Sedex is an Amazon Sustainability partner.
  • Logo of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, an Amazon Sustainability partner
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