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ISM-Buffalo Human Trafficking, Forced and Child Labour Inside our Global Supply Chains

Human Trafficking, Forced and Child Labour Inside our Global Supply Chains

Location: AcQua Banquets, 2192 Niagara Street, Buffalo, NY 14207

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Chapter Meeting

Date

Nov 9, 2022

Add To Calendar 11/9/2022 4:30:00 PM 11/9/2022 8:15:00 PM ET ISM-Buffalo Human Trafficking, Forced and Child Labour Inside our Global Supply Chains Buffalo NY

Time

4:30 PM - 8:15 PM ET

Location

Buffalo NY
CEH Credits
1.0
Product Code
050110922

Additional Information

Presenters

Jason Zapp is owner and founder of the HRSC Certification - Human Rights in YOUR Supply Chain. Thirty years ago, Jason started his first job in supply chain operations and began his journey that took him from warehouse management to operations consulting. Today, he is the founder of the top human rights certification in the world, HRSC - Human Rights in YOUR Supply Chain. HRSC is a company focused on giving global recognition to organizations that comply with important environmental, social and governance principles and standards.

Description

Have you heard the increasing reports on forced labor inside our supply chains? There are approximately sixteen million people being kept as slaves and working inside our global supply chains. This is leaving our supply chains to become increasingly criticized for containing unethical labor.  Moreover, most consumers do not even know this issue exists today or that the products they use have been made with unethical labor.  Join this session and discover just how widespread this issue is around the globe and what can be done to put an end to it.

Participants in this session can expect to:

            Be encouraged to share their ideas, thoughts, and feelings, while also hearing others

            Be reminded of some harsh realities that exist within supply chains around the world

            Be empowered to enact positive change wherever possible