Panel moderated by iPoint
Submitted by iPoint-systems gmbh
On September 5-6, the United Way Center on Human Trafficking & Slavery is hosting the 2017 Business Leaders Forum to Combat Human Trafficking in Washington, DC. Currently, there are more than 20 million victims of human trafficking around the world, and businesses are increasingly engaged in the fight against human trafficking. iPoint is delighted to be a partner of this important event, which provides insights into what the business community is doing to fight human trafficking.
The convention offers different panels, such as:
Supply Chain Strategies that work
Human Trafficking and the Rule of Law
Business & NGO Collaboration
Julia Ormond, actress and founder of the Alliance to Stop Slavery and End Trafficking (ASSET), will deliver a keynote on “The Imperative to Act”. Other speakers include Senator Bob Corker (R-TN), chair of the senate committee dealing with anti-human trafficking, and several other speakers from the economic, non-governmental, and policy sphere.
Furthermore, we’re proud to announce that iPoint’s Senior Consultant Tolga Yaprak will moderate the panel on “Supply Chain Strategies that Work”, which features speakers from Nokia, Total S.A., and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
You can find the full agenda as well as information on the speakers and registration here.
iPoint is a leading provider of software and consulting for environmental and social product compliance, and sustainability. Tens of thousands of companies around the globe rely on iPoint for managing, tracking, analyzing, and reporting data across the whole value creation network. iPoint’s software and consulting services support you in meeting and staying one step ahead of regulations and requirements such as REACH, RoHS, WEEE, ELV, Conflict Minerals- and Modern Slavery-related laws, as well as other trending developments in the compliance and sustainability arena.
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