The Modern Slavery Act turned four in March. Is it working? And how can it be improved? Felicitas Weber, BHRRC.
Socially responsible recruitment: adopting the right approach. Moderated panel session. Moderator: Cristina Talens, Wilberforce Institute. Panellists: Mike Park, SWFPA; Hannah Newcomb, Responsible Recruitment Toolkit; Rachel Munn, Tesco; David Camp, Association of Labour Providers/Stronger Together; Rossen Karavatchev, ITF Seafarers; Nick Kightley, Ethical Trading Initiative.
Initiatives supporting socially responsible seafood sourcing
- Seafish project: Social Risk Assessment Information and Country Profile Updates. Ryan Aherin, Verisk Maplecroft.
- FishWise and the launch of the Roadmap for Improving Seafood Ethics (RISE). Jen Cole, FishWise.
- Developments on the Seafood Slavery Risk Tool methodology revision. Birgitte Poulsen, Consultant.
- Responsible Fishing Scheme v2. Seafish.
- Developments re Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative/GSSI collaboration. TBC.
Making a difference?
- Thailand – five years on. Mark Taylor, Issara Institute.
- Improving recruitment practices in Princes Mauritius tuna factories. Chris Shearlock, Princes.
- Human rights issues faced by the horticulture industry and how these have been addressed. Cristina Talens, Wilberforce Institute and Sam Ludlow-Taylor, Waitrose.
- UK. ILO 188 – six months on from UK ratification. Robert Greenwood, NFFO/Fishermen’s Welfare Alliance.
- What difference will the Geneva Declaration make? David Hammond. HRAS.