IRIS, an initiative of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), is a voluntary multi-stakeholder certification system for labor recruiters developed to support ethical recruitment of migrant workers. It is comprised of an international standard, certification scheme, and a compliance and monitoring mechanism. For businesses and migrant workers, IRIS serves as a due diligence tool for the assessment of labor recruiters. Enabling Outcomes worked with James Sullivan and Christine Carey to outline options and a path for the development of the standards system and certification scheme. Enabling Outcomes also led the development of the IRIS Theory of Change.