Ethical compliance has become an increasingly prominent element in global supply chains and procurement. Every day, brands are questioned - by the governments, NGOs, and consumers – about the state of human rights in their supply chain, environmental impact of their products, working conditions in their factories, and many more social and ethical issues. Transparency and sustainability are the words of the day.
The QIMA Ethical Compliance Conference, which took place in April 2017 in Hong Kong, brought together two hundred senior supply chain professionals and compliance experts, who discussed the many aspects of social accountability and ethical risks in global trade, and shared their experience and best practices on building sustainable supply chains.
The recorded conference sessions below are packed with valuable insights into existing and emerging supply chain risks, and actionable ideas for efficient CSR programs.
Session 1: Supply Chain Ethics and Child Labor Risks in Supply Chains
Current Status of Ethics and Social Accountability in Supply Chains (Gabriel Amouyal, Audit Services Manager, AI):
Mitigating Child Labor Risks in Supply Chains (Ines Kaempfer, Executive Director, CCR CSR)
Q&A with Gabriel Amouyal and Ines Kaempfer
Session 2: Ongoing Trends in Ethical Compliance, and Digital Compliance Solutions
Supply Chain Trends, Emerging Risks, and New Solutions to Tackle Them (Cornelia Gomez, Ethical & Sustainability Practice Advisor, AI):
Use of Digital Technologies and Data Sharing to Improve Supply Chain Conditions (Vera Belazelkoska, Projects & Partnerships Lead, Ulula)
Q&A with Cornelia Gomez and Vera Belazelkoska