60 Farringdon Road
ETI is delighted to invite you to a special Ethical Insights event on July 25 featuring senior officials from the US State Department to discuss the findings of their 2018 Trafficking in Persons Report and other US government measures to prevent modern slavery.
We will ask how the TIP Country Rankings affect countries and their actions, and what this means for company sourcing strategies.
We will also hear about:
The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) - a set of rules in the United States to prohibit all contractors and sub-contractors from providing goods and services to the US government if they have not taken appropriate measures to prevent the risks of modern slavery, including charging recruitment fees.
Department of Labour’s list of goods made by child and forced labour that are subject to customs checks or confiscations at the US border
A new app they’ve developed called Comply Chain to help government departments assess the risks of modern slavery in their contracts and
The Responsible Sourcing Tool that they have developed in partnership with Verite.
- Amy O’Neill Richard, Snr Advisor to the Director; State Department
- Anna Patrick-Fraser, Public Affairs Specialist, State Department
- Porter Glock, Contracting Specialist, Office of Federal Procurement Policy
The event will run from 4 – 6 pm on July 25 at Free Word, 60 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3GA We’d love to invite you also to join us for informal networking over wine and nibbles from 6pm.
Do encourage your senior managers to attend.