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Fellows Leaders Lounge: Slavery In the Supply Chain - how can we help drive vital change for women around the world

Tuesday, 9 March 2021 - ZOOM MEETING

FREE

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Fellows Leaders Lounge: Slavery In the Supply Chain - how can we help drive vital change for women around the world

IWD 2021 #ChooseToChallenge – Supply chains are an area where women can be invisible and be trapped in modern slavery. Jasmine O’Connor OBE, CEO from Anti-Slavery International will share stories that will both inspire and make you want to know more, thereby giving hope to the possibility of you being part of driving change both personally and as an organisation.

    Programme

    TimeTitleSpeaker
    16:45Join Zoom Meeting
    17:00Event Start & Welcome Fellowship Chair, Shirley Cooper OBE
    17:10Introduction Gill Thorpe FCIPS, CEO, The Sourcing Team Ltd
    17:15PresentationJasmine O’Connor OBE, Chief Executive Officer Anti-Slavery International
    17:45Q&A
    18:00Event Close (approx)

    Audience

    This free Zoom meeting is open to Fellows only to attend.

    The aims of the event:
    To understand more about the history and work of Anti-Slavery International, gain more insight about the challenges of women around the world and hear some positive examples of how organisations, governments and NGOs are working together to bring positive change and you can play your part for #IWD2021 and #ChooseToChallenge

    Please join from 16:45 UK time, starting at 17:00.

    Gill Thorpe FCIPS, CEO, The Sourcing Team will be hosting this event.

    Please note after registration you will receive a confirmation email containing your login details on how to access the Zoom meeting. CIPS will also send you the login details closer to the event.

     If you have any queries please contact branchevents@cips.org

    Speakers

    Jasmine O’Connor OBE

    Chief Executive OfficerAnti-Slavery International

    Jasmine O’Connor OBE is the CEO of Anti-Slavery International, which works with partners across the globe to deliver freedom to people trapped in all forms of slavery. It supports people to leave slavery and build their lives in freedom, help change laws and policies to protect people from being exploited, change public attitudes to exploitative practices, and campaign for businesses to make sure people are not exploited in their supply chains. Anti-Slavery International is the world’s oldest abolition movement, founded in 1839 by the original abolitionists.

    Jasmine has led a wide range of international human rights campaigns that combine practical grassroots programmes with policy change initiatives. She is committed to building broad movements for change. Jasmine joined Anti-Slavery International 18 months ago and has worked to strengthen the organisation’s partnerships with business to end slavery in supply chains.

    Before joining Anti-Slavery she was Head of International Campaigns, Policy and Research at LGBT rights organisation Stonewall. Jasmine successfully developed the organisation’s first global campaign for equal rights, which partnered closely with global business. She also held senior roles with Article 19, Refugee Action and Care International, as well as advisory positions with the UK Department of International Development and the UK Foreign Office.

    She was awarded an OBE for services to international human rights and development.

    Venue

    Tuesday 9 Mar - ZOOM MEETING

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    ZOOM MEETING
    UNITED KINGDOM
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