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Combating Modern Slavery: Understanding Workers' Plight Deep in the Supply Chain

February 28, 2019

Workers are perhaps the most important stakeholder for multinationals to consider when trying to monitor working conditions in their supply chains. A growing number of tools are available to organizations seeking to gain access to worker input during supply chain due diligence and monitoring, however many organizations lack a strategic vision for implementing these tools. Each tool provides its unique set of benefits and challenges; however, when used strategically these tools can catalyze widespread change in working conditions around the world.

This webinar is the third in a series. Access webinar series below.

Session 1:

Debunking Three CSR and Sustainable Procurement Myths

Session 2:

The State of Anti-Corruption in the Supply Chain: Highlights of the EcoVadis Study on 20,000 Companies

Session 4:

Megatrends: The Biggest Forces Changing the World, Business and Supply Chain

Session 5: 

Is Your Sustainable Procurement Program Oriented Toward Outcomes and Impact?

Session 6: 

CSR Criteria in Contract Clauses: A Vital Step to Translate Sustainable Supply Chain Vision Into Action

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