On the 1st of December of 2016 was a morning of reflection about "Sustainable Development - Human rights and supply chains: what are the practices?"
Organized in Paris, at the Economic, Social and Environmental Council, this morning debate organized by AEF group and the sustainable development AEF redaction.
Every companies, whatever their sizes are, have every reason to be concerned with human rights : big companies and SME, NGO, extrafinancial rating agency and tripartite organisation. How to elaborate a human rights policy? What are the pitfalls to avoid? What risks companies have to handle in sectors as diverse as consumption, construction and energy management? What good practices have already been set up?
Martine Combemale, Human Resources Without Borders Director, was invited to answer those questions with some other speakers: Sophie Thiéry, Counselor at the Economic, Social and Environmental Council; Fouad Benseddik, Director of methods and institutional relations of Vigeo Eiris ; Didier Bergeret, Director of Consumer Goods Forum' CSR ; Amélia Tiscornia, Scoping Chiev Executive ; Maxime Goualin, Human rights manager at Schneider Electric ; Sarah Tesei, Director social innovation at Vinci ; Cyril Cosme, ILO's office director for France.
Led by Sabrina Dourlens, Sustainable Development AEF Journalist.
This morning was organized in partnership with AEF and HRWB which is celebrating its 10th birthday, under the high patronage of S.E François Delattre, French Ambassador with the UN and with the Economic, Social and Environmental Council support.
Find this morning's articles, writen by Claire Avignon,on AEF website: