WHAT IS THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF INDICATORS THAT AN ORGANIZATION MUST PROVIDE INFORMATION ON IN ORDER TO RECEIVE A JUST LABEL?

An organization can choose to opt out of a maximum of three indicators but no more than one indicator in any one of the six categories. The International Living Future Institute highly recommends that all organizations submits policies and data for all indicators to meet the spirit and intent of the program.

WHY SHOULD AN ORGANIZATION REGISTER FOR THE JUST PROGRAM?

The JUST Program demonstrates an organization’s commitment to social justice and equity issues referenced by the information provided for every category and indicator in the JUST metrics. The JUST Label can be used by an organization on their website, internal communications, annual reports, corporate social responsibility reports, posters and in marketing materials to show commitment and public transparency on these issues. We think the benefits are obvious and happy to discuss further.

WHEN DOES AN ORGANIZATION BECOME CERTIFIED AS A JUST ORGANIZATION?

The JUST Label does not constitute an endorsement, verification, or certification from the International LIVING FUTURE Institute. Instead, the JUST Label is granted solely through our permission and reflects the integrity and transparency of the organization that submitted its information on the social justice indicators. Organizations may not use the JUST label without registering and posting all information in our publicly viewable database.

WHEN CAN AN ORGANIZATION UPDATE ITS JUST PROGRAM INFORMATION?

An organization can and should update any of its information with the JUST Program on an ongoing basis so it is current and accurately reflects its involvement in the JUST Label social justice and equity indicators. An organization must pay a renewal fee when the JUST Label has been updated to reflect current policies and organizational data. The JUST Label must be updated at a minimum of two years from the date of initial publication.

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