Informing our approach through collaboration
Eradicating forced labour is a task that no one person, company or organisation can achieve acting alone. The CGF Human Rights Coalition—Working to End Forced Labour (HRC) is committed to engaging with key stakeholders to best develop its approach and implement it with the greatest impact.
The Coalition has launched three opportunities for stakeholder engagement. Continue scrolling to access each opportunity.
First, the Coalition has opened a stakeholder consultation on the first drafts of the Coalition’s two main strategic frameworks. This consultation serves as an important step in the Coalition’s ongoing development, and the HRC invites all stakeholders to offer their feedback by 30th October.
Second, the Coalition invited stakeholders to participate in a webinar in which the HRC explained the documents and clarified any questions. A recording of one of the webinars is available below for stakeholder reference.
Finally, the Coalition has issued a call for proposals from partners to support Coalition members in the implementation of the frameworks on the ground. Information on how to submit proposals is available in the Statement of Work at the bottom of this page. Proposals are welcome until 17th November.
Feedback on the HRDD Framework and the Palm Oil Roadmap can be submitted via an online form or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments are welcome until 30th October. The documents for each framework are available below.
The Coalition is seeking proposals from service providers and other third-party organisations to develop projects in partnership with the Coalition to support members in their implementation of the Coalition’s objectives. Details about requirements for project proposals are included in the Statement of Work. Proposals are welcome via email to email@example.com by 17th November.