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AI Ethical Compliance Conference
Wed 26 April 2017, 09:30 – 13:30 HKT
Join Us in Hong Kong to Discuss Supply Chain Ethical Compliance
Join senior supply chain professionals and compliance experts in Hong Kong on Wednesday 26 April morning at the AI Ethical Compliance Conference to discuss and learn about key issues currently affecting sustainable sourcing and supply chain ethics worldwide.
Receive first-hand expert knowledge from our keynote speakers, and enjoy a networking opportunity with over 150 senior supply chain professionals.
The overarching subject of the conference is ethical compliance and social accountability in sourcing, with a focus on emerging risks, human rights in supply chains, and new solutions for the worst ethical problems, including forced and child labor.
9:30am -- Registration and breakfast
Section One - Current Status of Ethics and Social Accountability in Supply Chains
10:00am -- Welcome and introductions
- An overview of ethical audits: latest facts and figures
- Challenges faced by ethical audits in 2016
- What makes for an efficient CSR program?
- New and emerging child labor risks in the region
- Defining responsible child labor remediation practices
- Strategies to tackle the root causes of child labor
11:10am -- Q&A with the speakers
11:30am -- Coffee break
Section Two – Existing Solutions and New Approaches
- Short- and medium-term trends in ethical compliance
- Emerging supply chain risks to watch out for in 2017
- Best practices and new solutions to tackle the new risks and secure your supply chain
- How digital technologies generate robust and reliable data on working conditions
- Sourcing actionable data for continuous improvement
- Data sharing for simplification and convergence, and current trends
12:40am -- Q&A
1:00pm -- Networking and light lunch
Meet our speakers:
Gabriel Amouyal leads AsiaInspection’s Audit Services team, supporting auditors on-site in all AI countries of operation, managing relevant back office teams, and advising brands and retailers on the implementation of efficient CSR programs. Gabriel moved to China ten years ago, starting as a field auditor with a focus on CSR topics, such as environmental management, carbon emissions, and energy management. His background in Industrial Engineering and Quality Management has proven invaluable in his management work.
Ines Kaempfer is the Executive Director of CCR CSR. She has 10+ years of experience in CSR supply chain management, with a strong focus on child rights and labor issues in the manufacturing industries of China, South and Southeast Asia. She holds a Master’s Degree and PhD from the University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
Cornelia Gomez works closely with AI’s Audits Team to develop new sustainability tools that help AI clients tackle new challenges and trends, and secure their global supply chains. She was on the board of the ICS (Initiative Clause Sociale) for over two years, and is an active participant in a number of ethical organizations, including the Bangladesh Accord on Fire and Building Safety.
Vera Belazelkoska is the Head of Projects and Partnerships at Ulula, helping businesses monitor and address human rights violations in their global supply chains. With a Masters in Political Economy of International Development from the University of Toronto, Vera’s experience originated in the field of international development in Namibia, Nicaragua, Thailand, and Argentina.
Last few seats remaining: register now to secure your seat.
Don’t miss this unique chance to receive first-hand knowledge about the current state of compliance in supply chains!
See you there!
The AI Team