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Preparing for the California Transparency in Supply Chain Act

 

Date and Time

Wednesday August 10, 2011
8:00 am-9:00 am



Topics

#Supply Chain


Building on the conversation started during our July 27 Sustainability Matters webinar with Ambassador Luis CdeBaca on key findings from the U.S. State Department's annual "Trafficking in Persons Report," this upcoming webinar will focus on how companies can meaningfully report their eradication efforts to a range of stakeholders, including other businesses, investors, and NGOs.

Join our conversation with BSR Human Rights Director Faris Natour and Reverend David Schilling, Program Director of Human Rights and Resources at the Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), for an overview of human rights reporting and recommendations to prepare for the imminent legislation as well as similar legislation already proposed at the national level in the United States.

Speakers

  • Reverend David Schilling, Program Director, Human Rights and Resources, ICCR
  • Faris Natour, Former Managing Director, Advisory Services, BSR
  • Virginia Terry, Former Director, Advisory Services, BSR

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