Resources for Supply Chain evening #2020vision

This Tuesday 20th March 2018 around 120 business, charity sector, monitoring bodies and faith leaders will be attending our symposium on Supply Chains and the work which is well underway to address the multiple challenges of inequalities, trafficking, exploitation, forced and child labour embedded within them.

We are pulling together a number of key resources for the evening – and will be placing them here for our physical and on-line audience to be reading as the event goes live. Please follow the #2020SCvision and let us know your thoughts @ccarht.

here are some of the resources which we shall be referring to ENDING EXPLOITATION IN WOMEN 

Child Base Lines  ETI 

Children in Mining – Gendered  2007_gender_girl_mining_ilo_ipec_en

Children in Mining

Children in Agriculture 

Root causes of poverty within the Agricultural sector – breaking the cycle

From the Factory with Love – Migrant workers who leave their children behind 

Migrant Parent workers in China  CSR

Children in Migration

Protecting Children on the Move through ICT and Social Media

Professor Simon Stockley - speaking to Supply Chain management and Values underpinning contemporary business.
Professor Simon Stockley – speaking to Supply Chain management and Values underpinning contemporary business.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baroness Young of Hornsey - why transparency in the Supply Chains REALLY matters
Baroness Young of Hornsey – why transparency in the Supply Chains REALLY matters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revd Dr Carrie Pemberton Ford - issues which arise from the perspective of Human Trafficking - and addressing first principles. CCARHT
Revd Dr Carrie Pemberton Ford – issues which arise from the perspective of Human Trafficking – and addressing first principles. CCARHT

 

 

 

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