Norton Rose Fulbright invites you to the Canadian launch of our global Human Rights Due Diligence Report and Supply Chains Forum on June 12, 2018.
Following their first human rights due diligence project, the global Norton Rose Fulbright team will now present findings in the area of human rights due diligence in supply chains, including such topics as:
- What are the components of management of human rights in supply chains?
- What are the current approaches to designing and mobilizing a supply chain management program?
- How do external factors influence an organization’s internal supply chain management processes?
- What reflects best practice, and what qualities do the most advanced supply chain management practices have in common?
We look forward to discussing the above questions, and to providing an overview of supply chain human rights due diligence and its specific components with our distinguished speakers.
- Dr. Kernaghan Webb (LL.B., LL.M., LL.D.), Associate Professor, Law & Business Dept., Ted Rogers School of Management, and Founding Director, Institute for the Study of Corporate Social Responsibility, Ryerson University
- Michael Torrance, Associate General Counsel, Director of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), Legal, BMO Financial Group
- Anne-Marie Naccarato, Director, Legal, Ethics and Compliance - Canada & US, Goldcorp Canada Ltd.
- Janne Duncan, Senior Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
Please note that registration is required and space is limited.