Putting Human Rights Due Diligence into Practice - online and in person course
On the back of the 2022 European Outdoor Summit in Annecy, and as part of the European Outdoor Group’s (EOG) portfolio of specialist conferences and courses, the EOG is proud to announce that it will be hosting an in-depth training course on Human Rights Due Diligence.
This training programme will be provided by Business and Human Rights experts twentyfifty, an award-winning management consultancy, working with global companies to deliver on their commitments to respect human rights and contribute to a more equitable and inclusive world.
Tailored for the outdoor sector, this course will equip practitioners with a thorough theoretical understanding of Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD), as well as the expertise and tools to embed HRDD into organisations and supply chains.
The four-week, interactive, virtual and in-person programme, combines expert tutorials, case studies and practical assignments across five modules, supported by a set of bespoke HRDD tools, templates and guidance documents, and a half day workshop on risk assessment development.
This course is an invaluable resource:
• To help your business or clients recognise the strategic importance of protecting human rights in operations/supply chains.
• If you are a sustainability, procurement, CSR or human rights professional.
• If you want to develop your skills and knowledge in human rights.
On completion of the programme, participants will understand what is required of businesses with respect to human rights, including recent legislative development and the course will arm them with the tools, templates and guidance to develop a Human Rights Due Diligence approach suitable for a business of any size.
Spaces are limited to a maximum of 25 so for more information and to book a place (there is a discount for EOG members) please visit the EOS website HERE.
If you have any questions about the course, contact Dr. Katy Stevens, our head of CSR and sustainability, on firstname.lastname@example.org.