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Course Details

Protecting human rights – Preventing human trafficking in the supply chain

Course Area

Supply Chain

Availability

Available for 90 days after enrollment

Approximate Course Run Time

1 hour

Continuing Education Units

0.1

Course Fee

No charge

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Course Details

Overview

Watch our supply chain webinar, ‘Protecting human rights – preventing human trafficking in the supply chain’. Our BSI’s Principal Consultant, Fred Waelter, and a former victim will share best practices on how we can come together as a community to thwart human trafficking and protect human rights. 

Key takeaways and learning objectives

On this live webinar learn about: 

  • How the supply chain further aggravates this growing human rights problem, and the critical role organizations play in preventing these human rights violations through due diligence of their suppliers and ensuring end-to-end visibility of the supply chain.
  • A real-life example – get to know the story of an individual who escaped from human trafficking here in the United States. She will share tell-tale signs of human trafficking to increase your awareness of an issue that often happens in the shadows.

Presenter information

Fred Waelter - Principal Consultant, Sustainable Supply Chains

Bella Hounakey - Human Trafficking Subject Matter Expert, Survivor and Advocate

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