Modern Slavery is both a scourge to society and a concern for supply chain managers in large and small organisations. Large companies have a mandatory requirement to report their actions and activities, and suppliers are being asked to provide information to their buyers. The responsibility for managing and reporting is reaching into all layers of supplier engagements.

To acknowledge the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery on December 2, please join us to learn of your business’ responsibilities, opportunities and requirements in this emerging ESG (Environment Social Governance) issue.

Many companies need assistance and advice on how to manage Modern Day Slavery in their business, with their suppliers and with buyers. Business Managers need an understanding of what’s required, they need an admin process, a management commitment, an open relationship with multiple levels of suppliers and most of all an understanding of WHY the issue is important.

The webinar will address these issues and other important aspects, including:

  • What the Federal and State Governments are doing to address and manage the issue;
  • The latest developments on the process of managing Modern Day Slavery in your business; and
  • The view of a Company in a complex, modern, local and international supply chain.

Our Speakers

Lucienne Manton, Ambassador for People Smuggling and Human Trafficking - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

Nicola Street, National Manager - Workplace Relations Policy - Ai Group

Margaret Stuart, Head of Corporate Affairs & Sustainability - Nestlé Oceania

Our Moderator:

James Scotland, General Manager MESCR, Ai Group.

  • Date and time

    Wed, 01 Dec 2021
    01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

  • Location
  • Cost

    Members: Free

    Non-Members: Free