DescriptionAn increasing number of governments are developing legislation making social and environmental supply chain due diligence mandatory. The development of such legislation has gained support and traction across a wide range of stakeholders, including businesses, however there are different perspectives on what such legislation should consist of, and how it can be tailored in a smart way respond to the specific supply chain structures and sector risks of the garment & footwear sector. A panel of diverse voices will explore a number of pivotal issues in the development of effective legislation for the sector. Background note: https://mneguidelines.oecd.org/Session-note-2021-OECD-Garment-Forum-Mandatory-due-diligence-legislation-design-perspectives-from-the-garment-and-footwear-sector.pdf
Plenary – Mandatory due diligence legislation design: perspectives from the Garment and Footwear sector
Feb 4th, 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Legal Expert Responsible Business...
Cambodia, Ministry of Labour and...
Under-Secretary of State
International Apparel Federation (IAF)
IndustriALL Global Union
Director, Textile and Garment Industry
Human Rights Watch
DG Justice Head of Unit
María Morell Camacho
Human Rights Expert, Social...