About this webinar
Understanding and addressing the risks to exposure of modern slavery in your direct operations, and global supply chains is business critical. Gain insights that will help you learn, manage and de-risk your business to modern slavery.
- Online only
- All Levels
- Modules: 0
- Study: N/A
- Duration: 1 hour
19th August 2020 – 12:00 to 13:00
Free for everyoneRegister today
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.
Academics and students. This course is a great introduction to anyone wanting to know more about the topic.
HR professionals and supply chain managers . This course will equip HR professionals and supply chain managers
NGOs and civil society actors . This course will equip NGOs and civil society actors
01. Exploring how addressing the systemic drivers for climate change will impact the other areas of your business
02. How poverty and inequities in the value chain have driven child labour and deforestation and use of harmful chemicals
03. What lessons can we learn from environmental legislation to manage human rights impacts?
Why join our webinar ?
Understanding and addressing YOUR risks to exposure of modern slavery in your direct business operations and global supply chains is business critical. Attend this webinar to gain insights that will help you learn about modern slavery issues and how to de-risk your business.
About the speakers
CEO, Ardea International and a tri-qualified lawyer.
Global Director of Corporate Affairs & Sustainability and Global Leadership Team member for the Thai Union Group, Adjunct Senior Lecturer with Integrated Sustainability Analysis at the University of Sydney
Darian will provide expert insight on human rights in the seafood sector in the context of environmental impacts.
Co-Director Be Slavery Free, Co-Director Spirited Consulting
Based on his experiences of several decades, Fuzz will provide lessons from the cocoa industry.