18 October 2017
Following on the highly successful inaugural Modern Slavery & Ethical Labour in Construction Leadership Symposium in November 2016, the second annual symposium will take place on Anti-Slavery Day, 18 October, 2017, in the Telford Theatre and Great Hall at the esteemed One Great George Street, Westminster, Central London, SW1P 3AA.
This construction industry leading, high profile event will take a cross supply chain approach to demonstrate, through case study speaker interventions from professional institutions, membership associations, organisations and companies, how they are driving best practice to meet compliance requirements and electing to go beyond the legislative minimum to mitigate their risks, demonstrate robust and responsible governance, provide professional guidance, enhance their reputations, improve efficiencies, and create competitive advantage.
The Modern Slavery and Ethical Labour in Construction Leadership Symposium is being delivered by BRE, a UK-headquartered world leading built environment research & science centre, and strategic communications business Sustain Worldwide, to demonstrate construction sector supply chain leadership. The symposium and 2017 programme of activities will significantly contribute to our industry to ensure we are ready to meet the social and economic challenges wrought by indentured and forced labour, modern slavery and human trafficking.
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