FREE webinar: Improving Your Modern Slavery Statement
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2 April @ 12:00 - 13:00
Recording of the webinar:
When you register for this webinar, you can also take advantage of the discounted offer*if you were a participant of the webinar to attend our online masterclass .* 10% discount off the cost of the online course
The webinar will last 1 hour and includes a brief question and answer session. At point of registration you will have the opportunity to submit questions you would like our presenters to respond to on the live webinar.
About the webinar
- Lou Nicholls, Suseco, Vice-Chair IEMA, ex-M&S
- Hannah Lerigo-Stephens, Rights Lab at Nottingham University
- Chris Bayer, Development International
- Moderated by Colleen Theron, CEO Ardea International
What will the webinar cover?
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.
Key areas of discussion include:
- Best practice in preparing for and writing your Modern Slavery Statement, drawing on the experience of Lou Nicholls who led on the M&S statements 2015-2019 that featured highly in the CHRB and GGRF benchmarks
- What ‘good looks like’ in a Modern Slavery Statement – compliance, conformance and good practice explained by Chris Bayer, Development International, whose research outputs include the GGRF FTSE100 and RE100 Indices
- Trends in Modern Slavery Statements reporting – analysis of qualitative and quantitative data undertaken by Hannah Lerigo-Stephens, Rights Lab and Nottingham University
Who’s the webinar for?
- You’re responsible for writing or contributing to the submission of your organisation’s Modern Slavery Statement, including HR, legal counsel, procurement, and compliance professionals
- Your organisation is writing its first or aiming to improve its existing Modern Slavery Statement – it’s a legal requirement for companies whose annual turnover exceeds £36million to file a Modern Slavery Statement
- You want to understand the role your companies’ Modern Slavery Statement plays in the continuous improvement of measures to understand and mitigate human rights risks and impacts in its direct operations and supply chains