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Forced Labor and Trafficking in Global Supply Chains

March 28 @ 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Thu, Mar 28, 2019
5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
TBD
Bellevue, Washington 98004
United States

Please join ISM for an important talk by Dr. Dana Raigrodski on forced labor and human trafficking compliance in global supply chain management.

Dr. Raigrodski is a Lecturer & Director at the University of Washington School of Law who specializes in supply chain legal issues from a human rights and labor rights perspective.

She is a recognized authority on labor rights in supply chain management and will discuss the American Bar Association’s Model Principles on Labor Trafficking and Child Labor including:

Principle 1—The business/supplier will prohibit labor trafficking and child labor in its operations.

Principle 2—The business/supplier will conduct a risk assessment of the risk of labor trafficking and child labor and continually monitor the implementation of this policy.

Principle 3—The business/supplier should: (i) train relevant employees, (ii) engage in continuous improvement, and (iii) maintain effective communications mechanisms with its suppliers.

Principle 4—The business/supplier will devise a remediation policy and plan that addresses remediation for labor trafficking or child labor in its operations.

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