WORKSHOP | Fixing and healing complex social and environmental issues

Event/Workshop

Essential learning for when things don't go to plan.
9.30-11.30 am (Perth time). 


Venue
Perth WA (TBC)
Perth
AU

Date & time

Monday, 12 December 2022, 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

The SUPPLY CHAIN SUSTAINABILITY SCHOOL is hosting a FREE face-to-face workshop in Perth WA on the morning of Monday 12 December 2022 9.30 am to 11.30 am (Perth time). 

Right now or in the near future, your grievance mechanism could identify 

  • modern slavery in your supply chain,
  • systemic indigenous discrimination in your procurement processes,
  • a supplier has drawn an unsustainable allocation from a waterway causing significant downstream environmental damage, or
  • a supplier has caused permanent damage to the land of cultural first nations significance.

These are complex issues made more dynamic when we consider;

  • Stakeholders are networked with competing grievances and interests.
  • Stakeholders may be from different jurisdictions, countries and cultures.
  • Traditional legal avenues may be limited in resolving all the issues or providing desired outcomes.
  • The environment does not have a human voice to speak up for itself as a stakeholder.
  • Competing interests and priorities, and
  • High risk of conflict escalation.

These challenges often make negotiation, decision and agreement-making difficult.

What would you do?

Remediation is the process used to facilitate the resolution or response to the breach of obligations. It is an act or process used to address or fix the problem.

Program

  • Unpacking modern slavery remediation issues
  • Unpacking climate change issues
  • Conflict and dispute resolution for beginners 
  • Remediation processes pros and cons
Facilitators

This is a face-to-face event only. No live-streaming options will be available.

Non-interactive elements of the program may be available to Supply Chain Sustainability School Members after the event. 
This is a zero-waste event. Please BYO pen, notebook, travel mug and/or water bottle. 
No prior learning or knowledge is required. 

Events list
Sustainability

Fairness, Inclusion & Respect, Modern Slavery, Water, Land (biodiversity), Energy, Air (quality, CO2e), Sustainable Procurement, Sustainable Construction, Circular economy (materials, waste), Environmental management
Australia, New Zealand, Global, Local Government, Construction, Property Services
Advanced
180 mins

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