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Responsible Sourcing in Bangladesh: Lessons from Rana Plaza

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Date and Time

Wednesday June 19, 2013
8:00 am-9:00 am


Location

Webinar


Topics

#Supply Chain


To help explain why this happened and offer our view of existing solutions, we launched a series of articles, “Lessons from Rana Plaza,” by several BSR experts from around the world, with a range of backgrounds and perspectives. This webinar will include a discussion of those perspectives, different approaches taken by BSR members, and considerations for investors, retailers, and other stakeholders. It will also provide a forum for raising questions and sharing comments among a cross-sector audience of BSR member companies. We welcome active participation by BSR members taking action to address the tragedy and prevent similar tragedies in the future.

Speakers

  • Nazneen Huq, Executive Director, Change Associates; Country Manager, HERproject Bangladesh
  • Racheal Meiers, Former Director, BSR
  • Tara Norton, Managing Director, BSR
  • Eric Olson, Senior Vice President, BSR

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