Tuesday, April 3, 2018

UN Academy. Addressing 21st Century Slavery. in the Workplace and Supply Chain.

Either condemn it openly, or I consider if not condemned it is being practiced or condoned covertly.

If culturally acceptable.  Let's bring it out in the open.  So I and others know who we shall, and shall not conduct business with.

Charles D. Sharp.  CEO.  BEMA International

UN Global Compact Academy
A New Learning Experience from the UN Global Compact
Do you struggle with ensuring decent work and sustainability in your supply chains? What does the “future of work” look like for your company? Join the next UN Global Compact Academy Session to learn strategies and best practices from the experts: Guy Ryder, Director-General, ILO and Lila Karbassi, Chief of Programmes, UN Global Compact.

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The online session can be accessed from anywhere in the world on Tuesday, 10 April at 3:00 p.m. EDTa/8:00 p.m. GMT/9:00 p.m. CET.
During this session you will learn:
·        The importance of adhering to fundamental principles and rights at work
·        What the decent work agenda is, how it relates to the Global Goals and the role of your company
·        Examples of key actions to eliminate modern slavery in your supply chain
·        Practical recommendations for how your company can help shape the Future of Work

The UN Global Compact Academy “Influencer Series" is designed to provide businesses with intimate knowledge access to some of the most prominent UN experts and business leaders shaping the sustainability agenda.

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