PART 3 OF THE SPEAKER SERIES - IMPORTANT DATE CHANGE!
Moved from 23 June to 18 August.
HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN: IT'S EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS
Regardless of size, sector, location or structure, it is becoming increasingly important for Australian Businesses to align their operations and strategies with global standards that support action in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
Negative human rights impacts can occur at any level of a business' supply chain - from direct suppliers to several layers of sub-contractors that supply products and raw materials - but, knowing how to best support your business to address these issues can be quite daunting.
As a joint initiative between the Australian Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ACCSR), Konica Minolta Australia and PROJECT FUTURES, this event will provide:
- A deeper understanding of your corporate social responsibility to address human rights issues in your business
- A practical application of how to review your supply chains, take action to implement changes and how best to leverage meaningful charity partnerships
- A connection to the issue and people affected by human trafficking and slavery
Date: Friday 18 August 2017
Location: Institute of Managers & Leaders (former AIM)
Level 20, 380 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Time: 730am - 10am
Cost: $30 per ticket / $15 for students (includes tea, coffee and light breakfast)
100% of ticket sales will be donated to PROJECT FUTURES thanks to the generosity of our event partners and venue sponsor, the Institute of Managers and Leaders.
We would like to acknowledge our venue sponsors, the Institute of Manager and Leaders for providing a venue, breakfast and an MC for this event. We would also like to thank Spotless for providing guests with free tea and coffee too!
Thanks for their generosity, 100% of all ticket sales can be donated directly to PROJECT FUTURES to continue our support of projects in Australia and Cambodia that work to prevent, support or empower victims and survivors of human trafficking, slavery or exploitation.