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
Bellevue, Washington 98004
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.