International Labour Standards and Corporate Social Responsibility: The labour dimension of human-rights due diligence

International Labour Standards and Corporate Social Responsibility: The labour dimension of human-rights due diligence

International Labour Standards and Corporate Social Responsibility: The labour dimension of human-rights due diligence

12 October–4 November 2021
The course is available in English
Introduction to the course

Companies that fully understand their employees' rights are better at respecting them. In this course, participants work through the complex issues that companies may face when designing new due-diligence processes and principles . Core questions include: What should we do when national law is not consistent with the International Labour Standards? How can we balance competing rights? What should we do when the government does not fulfill its duty to protect workers?

Who attends this course?

Corporate social responsibility and sustainability professionals; government officials, particularly those working in the field of public procurement; employers' organization and trade-union corporate social responsibility and sustainability professionals.

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