Corporate Responsibility for Protecting Human Rights

  When:    07 Sep 2018 ( 12:30 - 14:00 )  
  Where:  Townhall, Thomson Reuters, 18/F ICBC Tower, 3 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong

      Member $200.00 ea
      Non-member $300.00 ea

    Corporate Responsibility for Protecting Human Rights 

    Panel Discussion | Friday 7 September 2018

    When people think of sustainability themes, they often focus on the environmental consequences of corporate activities. Increasingly the spotlight is on the social and human rights implications of business activities nowadays.

    In this panel session, we are bringing together some experts in the field who will highlight the relevance of this issue for all companies, to explore global supply chain considerations, and to share their thoughts on what effects our business activities are having on the human rights of the people we impact.

    Mark Devadason, Founder and CEO, Azabu Management Services 

    Flora Wang, Vice President, BlackRock Greater China
    Matt Friedman, CEO, The Mekong Club
    Jaewon Kim, Associate Director, BSR (Business for Social Responsibility)

    *Please check full speakers' bio here.

    Friday, 7 September 2018

    Registration starts from 12:30pm;
    Event starts at 12:45pm and ends at approximately 2:00pm.

    Townhall, Thomson Reuters, 18/F ICBC Tower, 3 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong

    Members: HK$200     
    Non-members: HK$300
    (Includes sandwiches and fruit juices)

    To book:
    Please click the book button for online booking (Only Visa or Master Card is accepted for online payment), or booking form here.

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