BIICL Short Training Course: Human Rights for Business People
Date: 2nd December 2015
Location: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP
Business enterprises are increasingly being required to undertake human rights due diligence by regulation, reporting requirements, industry standards, benchmarks and investors. In order to exercise human rights due diligence, everyone in the business must be able to recognise human rights impacts, from the suppliers' farm fields to the factory floor and the boardroom.
BIICL now offers a dynamic training course for business people on how human rights apply in a business context. The one-day programme equips business people with practical knowledge of the spectrum of internationally recognised human rights and how their business may impact these rights.
Led by Professor Robert McCorquodale, Director of BIICL, with extensive experience in business and human rights training to varied audiences, the course is designed to enable business people to recognise any adverse human rights impacts which may arise during the course of their business' operations.
Who is the course for?
This course is ideal for early to mid-career professionals working in the corporate sector, at any size business entity, including operations managers, directors, corporate social responsibility officers, in-house legal counsel, supply chain/ procurement managers, human resources, public relations, compliance or audit/risk managers.
This course is only open to business participants.
Course fee: The course fee is £210 (incl VAT) and covers:
Tuition and course materials
Certificate of completion (hardcopy and electronic version)
Click here to download the Course Flyer.
Click here to register online.
Please note that places are limited.
A 10% discount applies if four or more people from the same company register.
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