Reporting & Governance

We have built the policies, processes and structures to ensure that our teammates, suppliers and stakeholders know where we stand when it comes to ethical behavior and appropriate oversight of everything we do.

REPORTING

We continue to review and evolve our sustainability reporting and disclosure strategy to address our business operations’ most significant—and sometimes changing—opportunities and risks.

2021 Sustainability & Impact Report

Our 2021 Sustainability & Impact Report outlines 23 goals and targets across three key pillars – Products, Home Field and Team – and reflects our work to further two of our core values: ‘Act Sustainably’ and ‘Stand for Equality.’

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supplier Disclosures

Supplier Disclosure (Tier 1) (2022)

Supplier Code of Conduct

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Human Rights Due Diligence

 

The purpose of our Human Rights Due Diligence model is to identify conditions within countries that may expose Under Armour to greater risk of violating human rights. It is part of the impact assessment portion of the Human Rights Due Diligence process, as outlined in the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs). The UNGPs identify the International Bill of Human Rights and the eight core conventions of the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work as the baseline set of human rights that business enterprises must respect and protect. In an attempt to cover the topics contained in these documents, our model organizes data into three broad thematic categories:

 

  1. General governance capacity, which aims to gauge the state’s capacity for good governance
  2. Protect, which aims to measure the degree to which the rights contained in the International Bill of Human Rights are protected in a given country.
  3. Respect, which aims to examine the degree to which the ILO’s eight core conventions are respected in a given country.

Based on this assessment we engage with suppliers, civil society organizations, and other third party stakeholders to focus on specific issues and risks to ensure FLA and Under Armour Codes are met and embody core labor standards, and related conventions, of the ILO. Only after these requirements are met do we approve our suppliers to start production for Under Armour in that specific country.