Modern Slavery & Ethical Labour in Construction Leadership Symposium 2018 27 September 2018

Action Sustainability will be supporting this year’s Modern Slavery & Ethical Labour in Construction Leadership Symposium.

We are able to offer you a 35% discount off tickets if you use code AS35 at the checkout, Book here now.  

Following on from two highly-acclaimed Symposia, the 3rd annual symposium, ‘Eradicating Modern Slavery: How Good Governance Demonstrates Leadership and Mitigates Risk’, will take place on Thursday 27th September, 2018 at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London.

Our consultants Helen Carter and James Cadman will be facilitating a masterclass on Risk Mitigation Structuring. The masterclass will include:

  • Steps the GLAA takes when a victim is identified
  • Insurance & finance companies’ considerations of exploitation as part of their decision making process
  • What labour organisations are doing to ensure labour is not exploited
  • Identifying hotspots in your supply chain and key aspects to consider

Helen will be presenting on the key aspects of identifying exploitation in a transparent supply chain.

Action Sustainability will join together with corporate leaders, professional institutions and membership associations, and public and third sector advocates who are driving the agenda to raise awareness of modern slavery and labour exploitation in the UK and global supply chains.

Helen is also shortlisted in the Annual UK Top100 Corporate Modern Slavery Influencers, an index developed and delivered by BRE and Sustain Worldwide. The Index recognises individuals from all business sectors, media and academia who are influence leaders in raising awareness to end modern slavery and labour exploitation.

These leaders advocate for robust ethical sourcing and human rights practices in UK direct business operations, as well as global supply chains.

You can find more information and book your tickets on the conference website:

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Conference website:

Thursday 27 September 2018

RIBA, 66 Portland Place,
London W1B 1AD