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Filtering insights by tag : “supply-chain”
- Tackling child labour in cocoa through a due diligence approach: how can an EU legal framework scale-up positive impact?
This webinar organized by Nestlé explores the complexities of tackling child labour in the cocoa sector and the opportunity to shape an impactful EU due diligence legislation, within a broader set of measures, that will enhance collaboration between supply chain actors and promote systemic change across the cocoa sector.
- ISSUE BRIEF: Covid-19 in India – Recommendations for ‘Urgent Action Human Rights Due Diligence’ for Lead Firms Sourcing Agricultural Goods
Companies can take immediate action for human rights in times of crisis. Our recent issue brief on Covid-19 in agricultural supply chains in India provides recommendations.
This panel discussion organized by The Subir & Malini Chowdhury Center for Bangladesh Studies and the Institute for South Asia Studies focuses on the report “The Weakest Link in the Global Supply Chain: The Pandemic’s Affect on Bangladeshi Garment Workers”.
The latest episode of TradeSplaining featuring Dorothée Baumann-Pauly is out!
A 90 minutes live-stream with the Chairs of the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights and business practitioners to explore existing mapping tools for supply chain human rights risk assessments and discuss gaps, challenges and possible solutions to better assess and address human rights risks, moving beyond tier 1.
This paper analyzes the business solutions that companies are currently exploring to formalize the so-called artisanal small-scale mining (ASM). Its goal is to distill the business factors that have a systemic positive impact on the workers and communities involved in ASM.
Hosted by the Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights and the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, this expert panel discusses business strategies to identify, analyze and resolve risks for modern slavery in global supply chains.