- Published: Monday, 20 March 2017
The multi-stakeholder event will bring together leaders from business, government and civil society, to provide a space for focused and nuanced discussion on how individual businesses can tackle modern slavery in their supply chains and operations. Delegates will be equipped with the guidance and knowledge to proactively mitigate risk and effectively respond to discovered cases of forced labour.
- Published: Wednesday, 22 February 2017
This year’s conference theme is “Activating Purpose” – building and maintaining purpose-driven organisations that hold sustainability as one of their core values. Having sustainability embedded throughout business practices is not only necessary to be truly competitive in today’s challenging markets but it is also essential to drive positive change and ultimately achieve the better world we all collectively seek.
- Published: Monday, 16 January 2017
Now in its second edition, the event will bring together representatives from a variety of sector initiatives to participate in open exchange on practices, tools, challenges and solutions as well as important policy developments. Didier specifically will be speaking during Part 1 of the event, Solutions to Existing Challenges, where he will share key insights on CGF’s initiatives to combat forced labour in global supply chains, showcasing how companies can meaningfully engage.
SCS’ Sustainably Grown is First US-Based Sustainable Agriculture Certification Programme to Complete GSCP Equivalence Process
- Published: Thursday, 08 December 2016
- Published: Tuesday, 06 December 2016
PARIS, 6th December 2016 – The consumer goods industry, through The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF), has advanced its social stewardship efforts in its bid to eradicate forced labour from global supply chains by establishing three “Priority Industry Principles” (the “Principles”). Building on momentum from the CGF’s ground-breaking Forced Labour Resolution, announced earlier this year, the three Principles will help to prioritise action to address the primary drivers of forced labour within the consumer goods industry and beyond.
- Published: Wednesday, 02 November 2016
- Published: Monday, 24 October 2016
- Published: Tuesday, 18 October 2016
- Published: Friday, 30 September 2016
- Published: Thursday, 22 September 2016
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