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Supply chain: a human rights risk awareness tool (RHSF)

In order to raise awareness of the risks of forced labour and child labour, the NGO Human Ressources Without Borders (RHSF) is launching a dedicated tool. It presents in an interactive way the world of...

RHSF interviewed by Éditions Législatives

The law of February 10, 2020 relating to the fight against waste and the circular economy is intended to encourage companies to engage in a circular economy approach. The book “Économie circulaire : passez à...

Great CSR Trial

The RHSF team is pleased to invite you to the Great CSR Trial. A great adventure in which we have been participating for 4 years!

WEBINARY | “Duty of diligence, how to advance decent work in supply chains”

SR and PED continue their cycle of Human Rights and Duty of Care. TO REGISTER :👉 This cycle is in partnership with : Sherpa, DDH Entreprises, GreenFlex, Vigilance Sociétale, Triomphe Consulting BENIN, AFD – Agence Française de Développement, Organisation internationale...

Duty of vigilance: where do companies stand?

On 15 December 2017, Entreprises pour les droits de l’Homme (EDH) and Global Compact France joined forces with Schneider Electric to organise an exceptional meeting on the duty of vigilance. RHSF was invited to participate....

Speech at the conference “Vigilance plan: where do French companies stand”

RHSF participates in the Global Compact France and Entreprises pour les droits de l’Homme (EDH) event on the issue of the monitoring plan.

WEBINARY 2 – Human Rights and the Duty of Vigilance Cycle – Friday, November 10

Moderator : Joëlle Brohier, President and Founder, CSR and Development Theme : Risk management in CSR in supply chains is a key issue for many sectors and many companies, whether they are principals or suppliers. The...

Cycle of Human Rights and Corporate Accountability Webinars

To promote the implementation of the duty of vigilance, RHSF participates in a series of webinars on human rights and the duty of vigilance.

How can we contribute to the UN’s sustainable development goals?

Ressources Humaines Sans Frontières and the Biarritz Town Hall are organising a half-day of discussions on the Sustainable Development Objectives.

Duty of care and globalization: the possibility of a third way.

Economic deregulation is celebrating its 40th anniversary.  Even if the founding term of globalization opened up new wealth, it was nevertheless the cause of enormous difficulties. Since 1977, policies seeking to counteract the negative effects...

20 February – Launch event for Challenge 8.7: Acting together against forced and child labour

In line with Sustainable Development Objectives, RHSF is launching, with its CSR partner, the 8.7 Challenge to fight against indecent work.

Cop 21 at the Grand Palais: round table open to all organised by RHSF “climate change, migration, forced labour”.

On the occasion of Cop 21 RHSF is organising a round table open to all on “climate change, migration, forced labour” with Caritas international, Sherpa, CSR and PED, CCEM and Energies 2050.