Follow-up Dialogueto G7 Declaration “Action for Fair Production"

Organised together with Germany's Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, this specal event was designed to support the G7 Roadmap on Responsible Supply Chains by bringing together public and private experts to discuss collaborative and effective solutions. The event was held in Berlin, Germany on 26th April 2016 and more than 70 representatives from the government, civil society and business world participated in these global supply chain discussions.

Follow-up Dialogue to the G7 Declaration “Action for Fair Production"

Participants Included...

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Co-Organisers...

 

The Consumer Goods Forum        German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperations and Development

 

Takeaways from G7 Agreement

Learn exactly what our head of social sustainability thought about last year's G7 meeting and the ambitious new sustainability roadmap that was agreed as a result. Didier was onsite throughout the meetings, experiencing the event first-hand, and he shares his thoughts via our CGF blog.

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Learn More About the GSCP

Visit the website of the Global Social Compliance Programme (GSCP) to learn more about how they bring together key actors of the consumer goods industry to collaborate on a common goal: driving positive change and business efficiency in the areas of social and environmental sustainability along the supply chain.

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