FREE Webinar: ‘What is the link between modern slavery and the environment/climate change?’
19 August @ 07:00 - 08:00
Date: Wednesday 19 August
Time: 07.00-08.00 BST (London) 16.00-17.00 (Sydney)
Ardea International in partnership with Be Slavery Free
Key areas of discussion in this FREE webinar include:
- Exploring how addressing the systemic drivers for climate change will impact the other
- How poverty and inequities in the value chain have driven child labour and deforestation and use of harmful chemicals
- What lessons can we learn from environmental legislation to manage human rights impacts?
About the webinar’s speakers
Darian McBain, 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.
The FREE 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 to our speakers to respond to on the live webinar.
Why is this relevant to you?
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, manage and de-risk your business to modern slavery.
Who’s the webinar for?
- Environmental managers
- Sustainability and ethical managers
- Procurement professionals
- Compliance executives
- General counsels
- Human resources managers
When you register for this webinar, you can also take advantage of the discounted offer* to join our online, modular END SLAVERY training that you can undertake at your own pace and in your office or home.
*10% discount off the cost of the online course.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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