Since 2011, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human RIghts (UNGPs) have become the global authoritative standard for preventing and addressing the risk of human rights impacts linked to business activity. The UNGPs apply to all businesses in all sectors. Under the ‘Protect, Respect, Remedy’ Framework that underpins the UNGPs, it is the duty of businesses to respect human rights. There are many reasons why businesses should demonstrate how they are protecting human rights, particularly with the increasing demand for transparency in supply chains and rise in forced labour globally.
The passing of the UK Modern Slavery Act in 2015 has also put the spotlight back on businesses and transparency in supply chains.
Forced labour and human trafficking is a global problem that exists in every region of the world and in every economy. It affects both domestic and international markets.
Businesses have to consider how they manage the risk of human rights abuses and whether they will take a preventative or proactive approach to tackling modern slavery in both their organisations and supply chains.
We have collated key legal and commercial information to create this high-quality pack of resources to help organisations identify and manage human rights risk, worth a total of £1320.00 (inc VAT). The price includes 1 hour FREE consultancy and a free sign up to our e-learning.
Who this toolkit for?
We recognise that there are a number of professionals in an organisation that play an important role in managing risk, compliance and sourcing elements.
- Compliance officers and company secretaries
- General counsel
- CEOs and the board
- Procurement professionals
- Human resources managers
- Company secretaries
- Marketing and operational team heads
What will the toolkit do?
This toolkit combines legal and commercial resources to help organisations:
- understand the role of the UN Guiding Principles for business and human rights
- provide a template to help organisations prepare a human rights policy
- understand how to address human rights as part of the organisation’s wider risk management strategy
- identify who to include in the process of developing a human rights framework
- refer to a checklist in the due diligence process when companies are buying or selling business or with existing suppliers
- provide a list of questions to ask suppliers about human rights
What you get:
|Ethical Procurement Guide||Valued @£35|
|Human Rights Policy Template||Valued
|Access to e-learning for one user||Valued @£125|
|Linking Modern Slavery Act disclosure with the Companies Act disclosure requirements and the UNGPs on Business and Human Rights||Valued @£35|
|Guide on determining who needs to be involved in making decisions on human rights in the business||Valued @£35|
|Human Rights Due Diligence Commercial and Legal Checklist Guide||Valued @£165|
|Business Briefing: Applying the Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights||Valued @£35|
|Business case for Directors to address human rights issues||Valued @£35|
|Overview of key Business & Human Rights Legislation for companies||Valued @£80|
|Business Health Check Tool||Valued @£120|
|Comparative table explaining the key differences between the UN Global Compact and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights||Valued @35|
|FREE ONE HOUR Consultancy||Valued @£165|
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