Putting Human Rights Due Diligence into practice

This training programme, tailored for the outdoor sector, equips practitioners with a thorough theoretical understanding of Human RightsDue Diligence (HRDD), as well as the expertise, tools and confidence to embed HRDD into organisations and supply chains.

The 4-week, interactive, virtual and in-person programme combines expert tutorials, case studies and practical assignments across 5modules, supported by a set of bespoke HRDD tools, templates and guidance documents.

Dates and timings

The programme requires 2 hours attendance weekly in early March (with extra time for practical exercises and activities between modules) followed by a 2-day in-person session concluding with a half-day Risk Assessment workshop. You will also gain access to a closed Teams group for peer-learning with other participants and with trainers from twentyfifty during and after the programme.

A half-day Human Rights Risk Assessment workshop will take place in the afternoon following module 5.


By the end of the programme you will:

  • Have in-depth knowledge of Human Rights theories, frame-works and standards
  • Understand what is required of businesses with respect to Human Rights including recent legislative developments
  • Have tools, templates and guidance to develop a Human RightsDue Diligence approach suitable for a business of any size
  • Have practical experience identifying Human Rights risks and issues, prioritising where to take action plans and engaging other people in the process
  • Be set up to collaborative industry risk assessment with peers

This programme is for you if...

  • You are a sustainability, procurement, human rights or CSR professional
  • You want to develop your skills and knowledge in human rights
  • Your business/clients recognise the strategic importance of protecting human rights in operations/supply chain
  • You have access to a reliable internet connection and have a proficient knowledge of business English.

Pricing and registration

Please email katy.stevens@europeanoutdoorgroup.com for more details, or check back soon for pricing and information.

The programme was a great experience. It was very practical and the cases from the field showed how things work on the ground... the format was really easy to follow and interactive. I now feel confident to help companies who want to start the process of advancing human rights.
It was a great opportunity and I learned a lot. There were really effective tools and I liked the emphasis that Human Rights Due Diligence is a process of continuous improvement. I now feel more prepared to embed Human Rights into a corporate narrative for sustainability.

A pioneer in the field of Business and Human Rights, twentyfifty has been working with over a hundred businesses for almost 20 years to embed corporate responsibility and respect for Human Rights, into operations and supply chains. We have worked on the ground all over the world; with CEOs, with farmers, with factory managers. We don't just talk about responsible business, we help businesses DO it; from the strategy to the ground.

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