GLOBAL CSR speaks at BSCI ten year anniversary
Best practice responsible supply chain management is indeed a changing landscape for business. Today, GLOBAL CSR highlights upcoming trends and stresses the value of international principles at the BSCI ten year anniversary conference.
The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI), originally an initiative of the Foreign Trade Association (FTA), celebrates its tenth anniversary as a responsible sourcing initiative in Brussels today.
Business in a changing landscape
GLOBAL CSR CEO Sune Skadegaard Thorsen will be moderating a discussion about “Business in a changing landscape – the added-value of international guidance on sustainability” this afternoon, joined by the two panelists Kevin McKinley, Deputy Secretary General, ISO 26000 and Andrea Goldstein, Senior Economist (Global Relations), OECD Investment Division. Read more about the conference and see the first footage here.
The effect of international guidelines on RSCM
Among the discussion points will be the effect of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) for the field of Responsible Supply Chain Management (RSCM). For more information on the theme being discussed, please read about our work and services on RSCM in light of the UNGPs.
Shipowners and RSCM a la UNGPs
To learn more about how companies have started to implement the UNGPs in their approach to RSCM, please read about our project with J. Lauritzen, NORDEN and the International Marine Purchasing Association (IMPA) in the latest issue of Marine Trader (membership required) or read about Danish ship owners and RSCM on CSR.dk (in Danish).