Event: The role of Ethics in Human Rights and Sustainability (MEL) – 6th March 2019

Sustainability professionals are increasingly being exposed to ethics-based challenges in relation to their material sustainability topics and salient human rights issues. The event will explore how in light of evolving industry best practice and new federal and state-level Modern Slavery Acts, companies and governments will need to change the way they effectively manage, mitigate and remedy human rights grievances.

To discuss a variety of perspectives on the topic, the speakers include:
Alan Dayeh, Managing Principal NSW, Point Advisory
Dr Shelley Marshall, Senior Research Fellow, RMIT Graduate School of Business and Law
Simon O’Connor, Chief Executive Officer, The Responsible Investment Association Australasia
Nina Haysler, Senior Consultant, Point Advisory

The event will be structured as follows*:

  • 5.30 – 6.00pm – Registration and networking
  • 6.00 – 6.45pm – Event speaker presentations
  • 6.45 – 7.15pm – Open Q&A discussion
  • 7.15 – 8.00pm – Networking and drinks/nibbles

*Please note the time has changed to start at 6pm, rather than 6.30pm.

For catering purposes, please purchase a ‘Free Ticket’ on Eventbrite by the 25th of February. Please note any dietary requirements or any other requirements that could assist in your full participation at this event.

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