Webinar on Friday August 19th, on human rights, with Intel, Nestle, and Thai Union

Dearest reader, I hope you are rather well,

Innovation Forum is holding a complimentary webinar on human rights risk management approaches with Intel, Nestle and Thai Union this Friday. We’d like to invite you to join in.

The webinar is taking place this Friday 19th August. The discussion will explore collaboration and partnership approaches being used by companies to refine their human rights risk management by working with NGOs, governments and their wider industry.

You can sign up to listen to the webinar here: http://bit.ly/2aJMNpR
Within the webinar you will be able to send in questions and topics that you would like to hear the speakers address.
The speaker panel is made up of:

  • Darian McBain, global director of sustainability, Thai Union
  • Yann Wyss, human rights manager, Nestlé
  • Mike McDonnell, senior manager, supply chain sustainability, Intel

The discussion will be moderated by me, Toby Webb, founder, Innovation Forum.
The webinar is an hour long, and will take place this Friday 19th August, 14.00 – 15.00 BST.

If you cannot make that time, you will receive the recordings via email to listen to at your leisure. But you need to sign up to get them on the link above.

We hope that you can join us.

On this topic, here are some relevant meeting places where you can discuss this, and meet leading companies and NGOs:

How business can better manage human rights risks – 24th-25th October – London

With: John Lews, M&S, Total, Ikea, Thai Union, S Group, Oxfam, Rezidor Hotels, Sime Darby, Hilton, Nestle, Centrica, Whitbread, and lots of other large companies and key NGOs.

Sustainable seafood supply chains – 15th-16th November – London

With: Walgreens Boots Alliance, Greenpeace, M&J Seafood, Thai Union, Lovering Foods, Direct Seafood Group, AkerMarine, and many others.

How business can tackle modern slavery and forced labor – 17th October – Washington DC

With Coca-Cola, Bunge, Marriott, Hewlett-Packard, Target, Hilton, Verite, US State Department, Bechtel, General Electric,  Intel, Barrick Gold, and many key NGOs.

And here are some others, also relevant: