Join us at the next Human Rights Working Group meeting for the opportunity to hear from the New South Wales' first Anti-Slavery Commissioner, Dr James Cockayne. He will discuss modern slavery statements, challenges with scalable modern slavery data, and explore the significance of these issues, covering the responsibility to protect, moving towards a value creation exercise, and examples of specific supply chains.

This will be followed by the standard agenda items, including a series of industry updates as well as updates from our subgroups. We will then have the opportunity to reflect on our work plan as well as receive updates from RIAA's Head of Policy and Advocacy.

The Human Rights Working Group is a way for RIAA members to come together in the interests of building stronger stewardship capabilities through more deeply understanding human rights, being able to identify and comment on due diligence processes and understand investor and company roles in remedying human rights abuses and violations.

Full topics for the meeting confirmed closer to the date.

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Dr James Cockayne

NSW Anti-slavery Commissioner at Office of the NSW Anti-slavery Commissioner

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