In this article, Ksapa elaborates on the the effectiveness of import bans that relate to forced labor in green transition supply chains.
Corporations often operate in environment with limited leverage to upload respect of human rights. This article presents the situations where actors can be held accountable for complicity and offers strategies to avoiding infringing human rights.
We at Ksapa are regularly asked by our clients across industries and markets why we always include environmental considerations into our human right projects. This linkage yet seems to require a bit of explanation. Here’s an attempt.
When industrial companies want to work effectively with smallholders, designing an effective training and communication strategy is key. Selecting the right channel, or combination of channels can achieve the desired results at an acceptable cost. Ksapa is sharing tips based on its expertise and programs in this article.
Ksapa is working with Porsche and Michelin to design and deploy the first natural rubber project that encompasses the entirety of the supply chain: smallholder farmers and partners, a natural rubber processing company, a tire maker and a car maker.
More than 50 countries now have a national action plan in place to support human rights due diligence. Ksapa looks back with experts on how to manage the various human rights requirements.