About this webinar
Scrutiny from legislators, civil society, media, investors, clients and suppliers is increasing exponentially year-on-year. The indications are that the ever-more stringent recommendations of last year’s published Independent Review of the UK Modern Slavery Act (2015) will be introduced in 2020. Are you ready and prepared? Your Modern Slavery statement is the public disclosure mechanism to provide transparency about the actions you are taking to implement policies and processes to meet your global supply chain obligations, mitigate their impacts and provide remedy where you encounter illegal or unethical practices.
- Online only
- All Levels
- Modules: 0
- Study: N/A
- Duration: 1 hour
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Who's it suitable for?
Legal and procurement professionals. For anyone looking to expand their knowledge within modern slavery.
C-suite and directors. From HR and finance directors to CEOs, make sure your legal responsibilities are covered.
Accademics and students. This course is a great introduction to anyone wanting to know more about the topic.
01. Best practice in preparing for and writing your Modern Slavery Statement
02. Understand what ‘good looks like’ in a Modern Slavery Statement – compliance, conformance and good practice
03. Analysis of qualitative and quantitative data undertaken and trends in Modern Slavery Statements reporting
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Why study with Ardea?
Doing the course will make you both more confident when talking about modern slavery and human rights and give you a deeper understanding.
You’ll learn the theory, see real-life case studies and get to grips with the legal parameters and how to apply them within your organisational setting.
Come away with strategies to ensure what you’ve studied has a lasting impact.
About the speakers
CEO Ardea International
Suseco, Vice-Chair IEMA, ex-M&S
Lou led on the M&S statements 2015-2019 that featured highly in the CHRB and GGRF benchmarks
Rights Lab at Nottingham University
Hannah has published: Trends in Modern Slavery Statements reporting – analysis of qualitative and quantitative data
Chris’ research outputs include the GGRF FTSE100 and RE100 Indices