Loading…
Living Future unConference 2019 has ended

Please note that ALL EDUCATION SESSIONS (marked red) are first come, first served the day of, until filled to capacity. You can use this app to select and track education sessions you’re interested in attending, but using this app DOES NOT sign you up or hold a spot for you in any education sessions on Thursday or Friday.

ALL Workshops, Summits and Tours (marked green or orange) require official registration through the registration page.
Wednesday, May 1 • 8:00am - 12:00pm
Your Supply Chain: Taking Action for Human Rights

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

Feedback form is now closed.
**Please note: ALL workshops, summits & tours require official registration through the main unConference registration page. There is an additional charge to attend (unless you've purchased a VIP conference pass). You can sign up for individual workshops, summits and tours A La Carte (without a conference pass) OR if you've already purchased your conference pass, you can log back in and add any workshops, summits or tours to your registration** 

Cost: Member: $180   Non-member: $200

Description:

Human Rights Due Diligence has been identified as the essential first step in social responsibility. Social Life Cycle Assessment provides a systemic and systematic approach that allows to consider the social impacts of the entire supply chain and life cycle. In this shoulder session, learn how to apply Social Life Cycle Assessment (S-LCA) in the context of a social responsibility program and understand how it relates to recent Living Product and Just requirements.

Participants will gain practical knowledge of Social LCA and Human Rights Due Diligence. They will be equipped with know-how, tools and solutions to help to identify, assess and manage human rights impacts of operations, supply chains and other business relationships. They will learn how to model products or corporate supply chain, identify human rights hotspots, salient risks and calculate a social footprint.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  1. Describe Human Rights Due Diligence
  2.  Discuss the background and need for S-LCA and how this relates to Just and Living Product requirements.
  3.  Apply SLCA following the principles outlined in globally-adopted guidelines: The UNEP SETAC SLCA Guidelines;
  4. Measure product-specific and company-wide social footprints, and identify social hotspots and salient risks for products and for the company as a whole
This session is approved for the following continuing education credits:
  • 4 LFA credits
  • 4 AIA LU credits

Speakers
avatar for Alex Co

Alex Co

Senior Specialist, Living Products, ILFI
Alex supports the Living Product Challenge and the Pittsburgh Living Product Hub, working with manufacturers to envision and create products that give back more than they take, in the Pittsburgh region and beyond.Alex draws from training in chemistry, toxicology and life cycle assessment... Read More →
avatar for Catherine Benoit Norris

Catherine Benoit Norris

COO, NewEarth B
Catherine Benoît Norris directs the Social Hotspots Database project at NewEarth B where she is COO and lead the consulting and training services offering. Catherine is a leader in the field of Social Life Cycle Assessment, having edited and co-edited several of the liminal publications... Read More →
avatar for Francis Janes

Francis Janes

Associate Director, JUST, ILFI
Francis works with organizations worldwide to support their efforts to become more socially just, equitable and inclusive. Francis helps organizations through the process of developing progressive policies, program and practices that lead to more engaged, happier and more productive... Read More →



Wednesday May 1, 2019 8:00am - 12:00pm
Hyatt Regency - Skagit Room # 603