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How Thai Union, Intel and Nestle manage human rights risk (free, in-depth insight)

In case you missed our webinar on human rights risk management with Thai Union, Nestle and Intel that took place last Friday, you can find the webinar recording here to listen to at your leisure:

Also, we are running two relevant conferences on human rights and business in London and Washington DC that may be of interest to you:

  1. Tackling modern slavery and human trafficking forum, 17 October, Washington DC

This one-day conference will focus on how US businesses can tackle modern day slavery, bonded labour and human trafficking. The agenda will provide business delegates with the guidance to proactively mitigate the risk of modern slavery taking place in their operations and supply chain, and how to effectively respond to discovered cases of slavery.

You can see details on the agenda, speakers and attendees here.

  1. How business can better manage human rights risks, 24-25 October, London

This two-day conference is designed to provide leading insight and training on how companies can best engage with human rights risks salient to their operations and supply chain – and provide a practical guide for what it means for managers and boards.

You can see the brochure for details on the agenda, speakers and attendees here.

If you would be interested in participating or attending either of these conferences, please feel free to get in touch with my colleague on the details below.

Boris Petrovic

Project Director

Innovation Forum: Events and Insight for Sustainability


Office: +44 (0) 203 780 7430 (London, UK time zone)

Direct: +44 (0) 203 780 74 34