Tri -qualified lawyer, CEO of Ardea International, Lecturer, author, public speaker, passionate about people reaching their potential
Lawyers and Legal counsel are key to driving supply chain compliance and due diligence. The changing legal landscape introducing mandatory environmental and human rights due diligence is shifting lawyers need to understand disclosure and transparency requirements .
Register for this FREE webinar that explores the corporate response to the UK Modern Slavery Act (2015). Perspectives will be provided by companies, civil society, investors and legal representatives to address questions on the Act’s including its provision, scope, impact, governance and recommendations to strengthen its utility. Members of the panel have been involved in the development of the BS27500 guidance standard for organisations and will reflect on how the standard can strengthen the response to addressing modern slavery risk.
Register for this FREE webinar to learn about the role and process of procurement to support organisations to manage their human rights and environmental compliance risks and demonstrate how a responsible business approach delivers for all supply chain stakeholders. Learn from experts from civil society about the expectations and implications, from legal experts about the legislative requirements, and from commercial organisations about best practice in procurement.
This introduction to Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) masterclass will provide an insight to the opportunities that ESG presents to create new areas of business, boost reputation, and enhance transparency around sustainability.
On the eve of the Commonwealth Games 2022, being hosted in Birmingham, U.K., 28 July to 8 August, register for this FREE webinar to learn about human rights due diligence in a sporting context. Learn from experts about the status of global due diligence legislation, voluntary frameworks such as the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the ILO convention, and the SDGs, how to develop capacity building around human rights due diligence in your sport-focussed organisation, and examples of best practice in supporting human rights.
Register for this FREE webinar to learn about the global standards on child labour, human rights due diligence legislation and frameworks pertaining to child labour, and where the corporate risks on child labour in the cocoa/chocolate sector lie for U.K. and multi-national companies in their global supply chains.
Register for this FREE webinar to learn about the existing and forthcoming mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence (mHREDD) legislation across Europe, and how it impacts your organisation. The session will be of particular interest to those working in sectors that the E.U. defines in its Proposal as being high risk to modern slavery e.g. #textiles, #agriculture, #extraction of minerals.
A practical online Q&A that discusses conflict minerals due diligence, utilising a combined legal and data solution approach. The session draws on a recent case study of a large tobacco conglomerate to illustrate the best practice application of responsible sourcing principles and how a beyond compliance approach delivers multiple stakeholder benefits.
This free practical webinar that outlines human rights-based principles, such as the Dhaka Principles, that enhance respect for migrant workers, and explores how the “employer pays” principle addresses some of the issues that lead to debt bondage and other defined modern slavery malpractices.
This free webinar will discuss the unassailable human rights impacts being wrought by climate change, ranging from the direct effects on populations by rising sea levels and deforestation that lead to migration patterns, to more subtle but no less challenging impacts such as violations in labour rights, working conditions and practices.
This practical webinar sets out the existing human rights legislation and global first principles frameworks e.g. UNGPs, ILO convention, Global Compact, and focuses on specific geographic
regions where human rights risks, responsibilities and the need for remediation are documented as being most acute.
Learn more from experts discussing how they are forging partnerships, educating and raising awareness in addition to undertaking human rights due diligence, implementing policies, delivering processes and remediation programmes in order to respond to SDG Target 8.7’s requirements by the 2030 deadline.
Does your organisation know how to identify Child labour or respond to legislation on child labour due diligence, mitigate the risk, report and remedy? Join our new programme! ONLY 6 spaces per course! Sector specific ones for cocoa, chocolate and tobacco.