Calendar25 May 2023

Companies have a responsibility to respect human rights, which includes labour rights. This means respecting the rights of all workers, not only those directly employed by the company, but also those employed through subcontractors and other intermediaries at all stages of the working relationship.

This webinar introduces Ipieca's online labour rights training, developed with the contribution of Building Responsibly and hosted on the Supply Chain Sustainability School’s e-learning platform. Consisting of 12 modules, the online training aims to improve awareness of labour rights issues among those responsible for working conditions and labour practices, so that they can better recognise problems and address them appropriately.

The webinar covers how to use it and how it supports human rights performance in business.


  • Duygu Guven, Sustainability and Social Performance Senior Manager, Ipieca
  • Dionne Harrison, Labour Standards & Modern Slavery SME, bp
  • Steve Gibbons, Director, Ergon
  • Ian Heptonstall, Director, Supply Chain Sustainability School
  • Amelia Knott, Consultant

Access to the training is available to companies registered at Supply Chain Sustainability School. Registration is required to access the training. Please see the Q&A document for more information.

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