Alexandra Channer from Verisk Maplecroft talks with Ian Welsh about how companies can make sense of human rights laws. Given the emergence of different types of legislation, Channer advises that a risk-based approach for business, mapping where the pressure points may be in operations and supply chains, is best.
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Weekly podcast: Pandemic impacts on food sector forced labour risks
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Weekly podcast: The sustainable South American supply chains challenge
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Weekly podcast: How traders can be the facilitators for brand sustainability goals
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