[Webinar]What To Do If You Find Modern Slavery in Your Supply Chain
This five-part series seeks to inform attendees on best practices in shaping and improving their human trafficking and modern slavery policies and programs. We will discuss practical steps in creating policies, assessing and mitigating supply chain risk, tracking and communicating performance, and establishing remediation and grievance mechanisms.
In the final webinar of the series, we will provide an overview highlighting key messages from each webinar.
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[Webinar] What To Do If You Find Modern Slavery in Your Supply Chain 180814
10PM ET | 7AM PT | 2PM GMT
Tuesday, August 14th, 2018
Approximately 60 minutes
As companies take a closer look at their supply chains for slavery and human trafficking, they are also developing mechanisms for providing effective remedies when victims are found.
In this webinar, Sarah Carpenter, Assent’s Manager, Business & Human Rights, hosts Paul Gerrard, Group Policy and Campaigns Director at The Co-op, and Cindy Berman, Head of Modern Slavery Strategy at the Ethical Trading Initiative, in a discussion about operational grievance mechanisms.
The webinar will cover:
- What are the responsibilities of companies with regard to providing grievance mechanisms for their supply chain workers?
- How are companies incentivizing suppliers to share information on risks and incidents?
- How are companies ensuring their grievance mechanisms are known and understood by their supply chain workers?
- What are some best practices for small and medium sized enterprises?
Don’t miss this opportunity to receive practical lessons and answers to hard questions from experts and practitioners on human trafficking and slavery.