Responsible Sourcing: Social and Labour Top Tips
There are a flurry of new laws for business human rights due diligence for decent work, living wage, and anti forced labour, which mean new standards business partners expect brands to work toward. These reflect social expectations that businesses dig deeper into global supply chains to understand real conditions, and use leverage to influence step by step improvements towards equalities, cleaner production, and even helping the lowest paid out of slums.
Learn why and how businesses, even small, can take more of these new steps. With 20 years ethical trade experience, Kate Larsen will share her knowledge working with sites in China, Asia, the UK, and around the world investigating where environmental, social and labour improvements are needed.