Panel Discussion:

Practical Steps to Identify, Mitigate and Remediate Modern Slavery Risk

Join our free panel discussion to learn more about the practical steps you should take to understand the impact of modern slavery risk within your supply chain. 

Summary

According to International Labour Organisation statistics, slavery exploits 21 million people worldwide and is a US150-billion-dollar industry.


In an increasingly globalised world with complex supply chain, combined with a lack of transparency, modern slavery has been a major challenge for businesses in Australia, the UK and around the world. All of us share a responsibility to tackle this issue.


The good news is that governments around the world are stepping up to root out the issue and hold companies to account. There were several significant developments in 2020: The UK announced reforms to its landmark Modern Slavery Act, while countries including Switzerland, Germany, Norway and Finland proposed new human rights reforms.


The Australian businesses started reporting on modern slavery risks in their supply chains for the first time in earlier this year.

Thursday; June 17, 2021 | 2:00 PM AEST (5:00 AM BST)


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In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • The practical steps you should take to understand the impact of modern slavery risk within your supply chain.
  • What to do when risk is identified and how to mitigate or remediate the risk?
  • Signs to watch out for, especially if you have a small risk and compliance team in place.
  • How to get organisational buy-in and create sustainable change?
  • How to measure the effectiveness of your modern slavery program?

Speakers

Moderator

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Abigail McGregor

Partner
Norton Rose
Fulbright Australia

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Elaina Smouha

Lead Counsel & Deputy
Company Secretary
Arrow Energy Pty Ltd

Shenan
Shehan Micheal

Procurement
Manager
Anglicare

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Martin Money

Managing Director, APAC
ethiXbase​

Moderator

martin
Martin Money

Managing Director, APAC
ethiXbase​

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