FREE webinar: Towards environmental and human rights mandatory due diligence
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15 July @ 13:00 - 14:00
Listen to the recording of this FREE webinar hear from experts what the key due diligence developments and trends are that cover environmental and human rights
The European Union has recently announced plans to develop a legislative proposal by 2021 that requires businesses to carry out due diligence in relation to the potential human rights and environmental impacts of their operations and supply chains.
What does this mean for you?
Join this FREE webinar to hear from experts what the key due diligence developments and trends are that cover environmental and human rights reporting and how they impact your business.
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About the webinar
- Phil Bloomer, Executive Director, Business Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC)
- Lise Smit, Senior Research Fellow in Business and Human Rights at BIICL
- Colleen Theron, CEO, Ardea International. Colleen will also moderate the webinar.
Key areas of discussion in this webinar include:
- Why due diligence is required
- What is meant by due diligence
- Key aspects of the EU report
- Trends in mandatory due diligence legislation
- Key legislation developments
- Impacts to business
Who’s the webinar for?
- Environmental managers
- Sustainability and ethical managers
- General counsel
- Compliance officers
- Company secretaries
- Non-executive directors
Ardea International provides a range of ESG-focussed online training courses, toolkits, resources and consultancy services. Give us a call to discuss your training needs and your organisation’s human rights risks and exposure to the Modern Slavery Act’s reporting requirements, as well as other compliance and best practice requirements, on +44 (0) 1273 491423 or drop us a line to email@example.com
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