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A Free Webinar Hosted by Verité
Supply Chain Traceability and Labor Rights Due Diligence:
Introducing the Supply Chain Traceability Matrix
Date: Thursday, October 12, 2023
Time: 10:00am Eastern Time
Do you have questions about traceability in supply chains? Are you interested in learning about how traceability can support labor due diligence?
This webinar will introduce the Supply Chain Traceability Matrix, a free resource developed by Verite’s Supply Chain Tracing and Engagement Methodologies (STREAMS) Project for leveraging traceability to support labor rights in global supply chains.
During the webinar you will learn how to access the Supply Chain Traceability Matrix and how it can help you be better informed about traceability methods and tools and how they can be used for human and labor rights goals in diverse global supply chains.
Webinar Speaker Bios:
Erin Klett is Director of Verité’s Research and Innovation Lab and the Supply Chain Tracing and Engagement Methodologies (STREAMS) project. She has 20 years of experience in research and stakeholder engagement to combat forced labor and human trafficking in global supply chains, with particular expertise in apparel and electronics.
With over 15 years of experience in the global labor rights field, Allison Arbib serves as Director of Applied Research at Verité. She has expertise in conducting labor and human rights risks assessments across countries and sectors, with a focus on agriculture and other informal sectors.
Ilana Cohen is a Research Manager at Verité, where she supports tool development and country and sector-based risk assessments. With a background in Anthropology and Gender Studies, she has expertise in using qualitative research methodologies to produce actionable resources for improving labor and human rights issues.
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