Corporate Social Responsibility – Responsible Supply Chain Management
Date: 12 June 2014
Venue: The Mira Hong Kong Hotel, 18/F, The Ballroom, 118 Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Companies have faced and are increasingly facing challenges in their efforts to identify, manage and mitigate possible adverse impacts along their entire supply chain. In this light, Responsible Supply Chain Management, as part of a company’s Corporate Social Responsibility policies, has become a key part of the strategy of many companies.
The conference aims to share best practice between the EU and Hong Kong. CSR at least covers human rights, labour and employment practices (such as training, diversity, gender equality and employee health and well-being), environmental issues (such as biodiversity, climate change, resource efficiency, life-cycle assessment and pollution prevention), and combating bribery and corruption.
The panel and audience brings together a cross section of European and Hong Kong stakeholders including policy makers, businesses, labour groups, academics and public-private partnerships.