Rae Lindsay Maria Isabel Cubides Sanchez

Protect and Respect: The Impact of New Human Rights Legislation on Collaborations Between Companies and Government

A Session by Rae Lindsay and Maria Isabel Cubides Sanchez

About this Session

As new legislation comes into force globally to drive human rights due diligence and tackle forced labour, the case for collaborations between businesses and with business and government grows. This session explores what makes collaborations effective and examines how legislation such as the EU Forced Labour Ban, US Tariff Act and EU CS3D will influence future collaborations.

26 June 2024, 09:00 AM

Day 2 AM

09:00 AM - 10:00 AM

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Media

El Tratado Sobre Las Empresas Y Los Derechos Humanos: Perspectivas Latinoamericanas

Consumer Goods Companies Release Practical Guidance on Repayment of Worker-Paid Recruitment Fees

Human Rights: Leading Industry Actions to Respect Human Rights

IOM’S Resource Package For Business

About The Speakers

Rae Lindsay

Rae Lindsay

Partner, Clifford Chance LLP


Maria Isabel Cubides Sanchez

Maria Isabel Cubides Sanchez

Senior Manager, Social Sustainability & Human Rights, The Consumer Goods Forum

Moderators

Anna Pienaar

Anna Pienaar

Head of Unit, Labour Migration Pathways, Business and Human Rights, International Organization for Migration (IOM)

Labour migration, business and human rights expert with experience building multi-stakeholder partnerships aimed at reducing exploitation of workers in global supply chains.