Training: Operationalising the UN Guiding Principles
7-8 July 2016
Hosted by De Beers
Facilitated by consultants, twentyfifty, ‘Operationalising the UN Guiding Principles’ is a two-day business and human rights workshop, aimed at those who are tasked with leading their company’s corporate responsibility programmes. This training demystifies human rights, gives a business orientation to the UN Guiding Principles, and provides simple, practical advice on its implementation. The workshop is:
- tailored to the participants’ specific needs through pre-training assessment interviews
- based on an action-learning model, supporting participants to apply the training to their practice
- highly interactive, with small group work and discussions where participants contribute their own experiences using real world examples
- useful, through helping participants navigate the many resources available and to identify practical steps to implement the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
Workshop: ‘Communicating Progress: The Essentials’
14 June 2016
The Global Compact Network UK will be repeating its half-day training workshop on how to draft a Communication on Progress (COP) that complies with the UN Global Compact’s reporting requirements and effectively communicates with your company’s stakeholders.
Presenters will discuss COP requirements, materiality, links to GRI, data collection/metrics and effective presentation. This workshop is aimed at people producing their first COP and always receives very positive reviews from participants.
If you would like to attend, please register here.
Event: Doing business differently for children
6 June 2016
To mark the 5th anniversary of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the UN Global Compact Network UK and Unicef UK are hosting a seminar that will examine private sector progress towards embracing respect for human rights. Against the backdrop of the Sustainable Development Goals, the seminar will profile best practice in human rights due diligence and meeting the challenge of integrating child rights.
For a detailed agenda and registration please click here.
Workshop: Procurement and Human Rights
10 May 2016
This interactive workshop will be tailored to participants’ specific needs and will enable you to:
- Move from theory to an action plan relevant for your business
- Share, discuss and learn from other organisations in a safe environment
- Gain confidence in navigating the complexities of human rights issues
The course is aimed at those within businesses working in procurement functions, who want to understand how to incorporate a respect for human rights into their supply chain activities. For more information and to register for this workshop please see the flyer or click the link here.