In partnership with the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights and Omnia Strategy LLP, the Concordia Campaign Against Labor Trafficking will host a virtual meeting on responsible recruitment methods and relevant takeaways from the UN Forum on Business & Human Rights. The conversation builds upon the Strategic Dialogue at the 2016 Concordia Summit by reconvening key thought leaders and policy experts from across sectors with the objective of sharing best practices, tools, and strategies in the fight to end practices contributing to modern day slavery in the seafood industry. David Segall of the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights and Sarah Steele of Omnia Strategy LLP will briefly present highlights from the UN Forum on Business & Human Rights before Hanne Dalmut of Concordia facilitates a discussion between all participants.
This web conference is part of the Concordia Campaign Conversation Series for Public Private Partnerships (C3s for P3s). Following this conversation, a report which summarizes the discussion and details key initiatives in this space will be distributed to all participants.
This meeting is one of several convenings to be hosted by Concordia as part of the Campaign Against Labor Trafficking. For more information or to engage in the development of the Campaign Against Labor Trafficking, contact Concordia’s Director of Social Impact, Hanne Dalmut at email@example.com.
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