Human Rights Risk in the Supply Chain
Date: Thu 29th October 2015
Please join ALHR NSW for an informative panel discussion seeking to shed light on one of the most topical human rights issues facing the corporate sector in Australia. Our esteemed panellists will consider the human rights framework applicable to supply chains, slavery and forced labour, what is required of business, consumer pressure in response to human rights risks and the business perspective on ethical sourcing.
- Thursday 29 October 2015 1.00pm – 1.45pm
- Ashurst – main reception floor, Level 11, 5 Martin Place, Sydney
- A light lunch and refreshments will be served
- ALHR Paid Members $15
- Concession $10
- General Admission $25
Attorney General’s Working Group on Slavery in Supply Chains and the UTS Sustainable Supply Networks Initiative.
Advocacy Manager at World Baptist Aid and author of “The Australian Fashion Report 2015 – The Truth Behind the Barcode.”
Jaana Quaintance James
Ethical Sourcing Manager at David Jones. Jaana is an ethical sourcing pioneer who has worked with companies, NGO’s and charities to develop sustainable supply chain management and labour practices.