This seminar examines the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of supply chain transparency, with in-depth guidance about how to collaborate with business and civil society and how to respond if a case of modern slavery is identified.
4 CPD units (one unit per hour)
Hosted by Anti-Slavery Australia and UTS Faculty of Law, this seminar will provide an opportunity to conduct a deep dive into:
- analysing and assessing your supply chains for modern slavery risks
- collaborating with business and civil society
- examining how supply chain transparency is good for business and managing your public relations
- responding to cases of modern slavery in your operations or supply chains
The deep dive seminar follows our foundational seminar and is targeted at professionals responsible for leading their organisation’s response to the Australian modern slavery requirements.
This seminar will cover the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth). It will also discuss the NSW Legislative Council Standing Committee on Social Issues inquiry into the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (NSW), the Modern Slavery Amendment Bill 2019 and Modern Slavery Regulation 2019.
The full program and event details will be published under upcoming courses once finalised.
Our speakers are leading experts. They have been instrumental in the advocacy and drafting of the modern slavery legislation and leading best practice. Details of our speakers to be announced.
This event follows the foundational seminar A Practical Guide to the Modern Slavery Regime on Tuesday 20 August 2019. A discount of 15% will apply for enrolment in this deep dive seminar for participants who register for both events.
If you would like to register your interest in this seminar, please sign up to our mailing list mentioning “ASA training” in the text field and we will update you with dates, speakers and further details as they become available:
If you'd like to speak to someone about this seminar, or find out more information about ASA modern slavery training and other events, please contact Anti-Slavery Australia at ASAtraining@uts.edu.au or on (02) 9514 9660.