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In recent years there’s been a heightened global push to eliminate social abuses from the supply chain, with governments around the world introducing sweeping new due diligence laws. But with an estimated 28 million people living in forced labor worldwide, brands and retailers still have an enormous amount of work to do.
In our webinar “Fostering Social Sustainability Through Supply Chain Transparency,” we walk you through recent supply chain laws and their implications, as well as best practices for ensuring responsible sourcing and abolishing forced labor and unsafe working conditions from your supply chain.
A leader in digitalization and responsible sourcing, Eric Linxwiler has more than 30 years of experience in business development positions within enterprise software and cloud-based service companies with a specialty in supply chain optimization and workflow management. Most recently, he has focused on supply chain communications between tier one retailers, manufacturers, distributors and their trading partners.
Tim Nelson, CEO of Hope for Justice, an international charity working to bring an end to modern slavery and human trafficking. Its vision is to live in a world free from slavery and its work across five continents and in seven countries is focused on preventing exploitation, rescuing victims, restoring lives and reforming society. Tim also created Slave-Free Alliance, which partners with more than 100 organizations to protect their supply chains against modern slavery.