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Modern Slavery and Human Rights: Issues, Enforcement, and Due Diligence

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Date and Time

Wednesday September 23, 2020
11:00 am-12:00 pm EST


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Topics

#Human Rights, #Supply Chain


Webinar recording password: &!#C869W

Join us for an exploration of modern slavery and its evolving impact on global supply chains. This dialogue will explore recent developments, from issues of forced labor and human rights allegations in global supply chains to the action of the US Customs and Border Protection in response. The conversation will also focus on the future—how business should invest against these issues, emerging trends, and due diligence.

Speakers

  • Therese Randazzo, Director of the Forced Labor Division, Office of Trade, US Customs and Border Protection
  • Felicitas Weber, Know the Chain Project Director, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
  • Duncan Jepson, Managing Director, Liberty Shared
  • Jeremy Prepscius, Vice President, Asia-Pacific, BSR

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