17th May 2018
Time: 17:00-19:00 (Registration and networking tea from 16:30)
Followed by a drinks reception
Venue: Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 3 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AQ
Following on from their first human rights due diligence project, the global Norton Rose Fulbright and BIICL team will present their findings in the area of human rights due diligence in supply chains.
- What are the components of management of human rights in supply chains?
- What are the current approaches to designing and mobilising a supply chain management programme?
- How do external factors influence your internal supply chain management processes?
- What reflects best practice, and what qualities do the most advanced supply chain management practices have in common?
We look forward to discussing the above questions, and to providing an overview of supply chain human rights due diligence and its specific components with our distinguished panel including:
- Robert McCorquodale, former Director, British Institute for International and Comparative Law
- Michael Torrance, Associate General Counsel, Director of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), Legal, BMO Financial Group
- Tihana Bule, Economist and Policy Analyst, Responsible Business Conduct Unit, OECD
- Malin Helgesen, Corporate Human Rights Legal Counsel, Statoil
- Dan Neale, Programme Director, Corporate Human Rights Benchmark
- Milana Chamberlain, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
Launches in the US, Canada, Australia, South Africa and Singapore will follow.
Join the conversation @BIICL #HumanRightsDueDiligence
16:30 -17:00: Registration and networking tea
17:00-17:30: Welcome and outline of project findings
17:30-19:00: Working session on human rights due diligence in supply chains
19:00-20:00: Drinks and canapés
Pricing and Registration
Free to attend. Advance registration is essential using the following Form.
Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. If you have any queries, please contact the Events Team.
This event offers the equivalent of 2 CPD hours.
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