CSR and Sustainability, Human Rights

London conference: how to build credible and robust human rights strategies for business

In a couple of weeks we’re bringing 150 companies together to discuss how the leaders are managing human rights and modern slavery risk in their value chains.

Amongst those speaking and attending are senior executives from: Nestle, Primark, Clarks, HPE, IKEA, Thai Union, Anglo American, Hilton, Walmart, PVH, Danone, Cargill, AB Sugar, Volvo, Neste, MARS, Whitbread, GSK, and International Paper.

The conference will bring together leading companies to discuss how they are building robust human rights strategies. The content will equip delegates with insights and training on the latest approaches and best practices that companies are using to manage social risk effectively.

The agenda includes sessions on how to comply with – and go beyond – the Modern Slavery Act, get the right due diligence framework and effectively map supply chains. There will also be several cutting-edge discussions on the implications and risks of the changing legal environment, the stance business should take on whistle-blower protection and how the private sector can engage with the migrant worker crisis in Turkey.

Full details on the event agenda, speakers and confirmed delegates can be found here.

To join, you can register online directly here or email boris.petrovic@innovation-forum.co.uk to reserve a pass.

As a blog reader, you can have a 15% discount on the price of a delegate pass.

Please use the discount code ‘IF15’ when registering to access the saving.

Hope to see you there!

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