RSB partners with the 4th Modern Slavery & Human Rights in Supply Chain Conference

Name: 4th Modern Slavery & Human Rights in Supply Chain Conference

Date: 24-25 September 2018

Location: Norton Rose Fulbright, 3 More Riverside, London SE12AQ

The purpose of the 4th Modern Slavery &Human Rights in Supply Chain Conference is to equip businesses with actionable insights and a good understanding of how the issues of forced labour and human rights abuse can be eradicated from their supply chain.

The Conference will provide a sufficiently distinctive, collaborative and solution-packed two-day agenda. You are guaranteed focussed corporate learning at its best through practical case studies, interactive roundtable discussions and open Q&As.

Led by the world’s top brands, you will hear from senior supply chain, compliance, and sustainability practitioners alongside leading policymakers, including;

  • Norton Rose Fulbright, Partner, Milana Chamberlain
  • UK Parliament House of Commons, Co-chair of APPG Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery, Vernon Coaker
  • Rentokil Initial, Chief Procurement & Supply Chain Officer, Brian Webb
  • Nordea, Chief Sustainability Strategsit, Ase Bergstedt
  • InterContinental Hotels Group, Head of Governance, Process & Planning, Laura Simmonds
  • Electricity North West, Head of Risk, Control & Assurance, Richard Bean
  • Balfour Beatty, Head of Sustainable Procurement, Aaron Reid
  • Marshalls, Group Marketing & Sustainability Director, Chris Harrop
  • Pennon Group, Head of Legal Compliance, Alison Ramsey
  • Caterers Choice, Operations & Technical Services Director, Dawn Welham

Get a full overview of the conference with your event brochure here:

Register your place today with your 10% discount – enter “FG10” here:

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