Ksapa delves into better mitigating Human Rights risks affecting global organizations.
Issues pertaining to social justice, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) communities. Worker and gender rights. Those are but of a few of the Human Rights risks that have hoisted themselves at the forefront of our collective political, business and philanthropic agendas.
To what extent do Human Rights risks weigh in on supply chain risk management? How can organizations react to – and anticipate – growing regulatory risks in an ever-changing global political landscape? Such considerations no doubt gained traction in the wake of the new European Green Taxonomy. Together, they push organizations to consider and document whether their activities cause any significant harm.
Moderated by Julie Muraco from Ksapa, the webinar will address actionable methodologies, tools and collaborative initiatives to help global organizations better navigate the fast-evolving regulatory and societal shifts affecting them. We are pleased to count with contributions from Karin Ryan, Senior Policy Advisor on Human Rights and Special Representative on Women and Girls (Carter Center), Vincent Siegerink, economist and political analyst at the Center for Well-Being, Inclusion, Sustainability and Equal Opportunity (OECD) and Farid Baddache, Ksapa’s CEO and Human Rights expert.