Mon, 21 Jun | Online Event

Reducing Human Rights Risks associated with Private Security Providers along the Private Security Supply Chain

Webinar
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Reducing Human Rights Risks associated with Private Security Providers along the Private Security Supply Chain

Time & Location

21 Jun, 15:00 – 16:30 CEST
Online Event

About the Event

Contracting private security providers comes with considerable risk.  As soft law around human rights risk in supply chains crystalizes into hard law obligations through mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence regulation, this webinar will consider how companies that contract private security providers in complex and fragile environments can be confident of rigorous due diligence and oversight that minimizes risk.

Among other questions we’ll consider:

  • What are the main human rights risks associated with contracting private security providers?
  • What are best practices in contracting responsible private security providers?
  • How can existing multi-stakeholder mechanisms, such as the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers’ Association (ICoCA) help companies future proof their compliance requirements?

Agenda

Panel discussion (1 hour)

Audience Q&A (30 minutes)

Panelists

Jo Anthoine, Director, Risk & Welfare, GardaWorld

Wendel Correia Berbel, Regional Security Manager EAME, Syngenta

Frédéric Chenais, Senior Advisor, Business and Human Rights, ICoCA Chair and Board Member, VPSHR Board Member, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs

Anna Krutikov, Head of Sustainable Development, Glencore

Jamie Williamson, Executive Director, ICoCA

Moderator

Christopher Galvin, Head of Communications and Outreach, ICoCA

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