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Forced labor in cotton supply chains: The role of supply chain engagement and industry-wide tools to identify and mitigate risk
Forced labor has been an issue that spans geographies and commodities for decades. In recent years, it has risen to the top of the priority list, and cotton has become an area of increasing concern. As consumer and regulatory demands become more stringent, businesses sourcing cotton have a new sense of urgency to create transparency into supply chains in order to identify and address forced labor risk. However, most companies lack visibility beyond the first tier of suppliers, making it difficult to address the issue adequately.

Hear about the ways businesses are thinking about this issue today – what they’re looking for and how they aim to address it. Learn about new synergies to combine supply chain mapping technology, due diligence capacity building and assessment, and supplier engagement strategies to identify and address forced labor risk in global supply chains.

Apr 21, 2021 07:30 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jamie Barsimantov
COO @SupplyShift
Patricia Jurewicz
CEO @Responsible Sourcing Network
Emily Franklin
Innovation Associate @Fashion for Good