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Friday, December 12, 2014 - 11:00am

Rise of criminal gangmasters in supply chains 'akin to horse meat crisis'

Supply Management. Paul Broadbent, chief executive of the GLA which licenses labour providers in the fresh produces sector, told a Westminster Legal Policy Forum on modern slavery in London there were 4.8 million people in the UK that “may be susceptible to labour exploitation”. 


U.S. Welcomes International Anticorruption Day 

US Department of State. On this day, International Anticorruption Day, the United States reiterates its commitment to working with its partners to combat the scourge of corruption. The moral and practical costs of corruption are no longer debatable. 


9 Things you need to know about conflict minerals

Think Progress. The armed conflict in eastern Congo that has killed over 5.4 million people is financed largely by trading minerals used in an array of common consumer products around the world, from electronics to jewelry.

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The state of the retail supply chain

Supply Chain 24/7. Auburn University in partnership with the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) and with sponsorship from JDA, presents the fourth annual State of The Retail Supply Chain Report.

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UN Report says climate change adaptation costs could be much higher than thought

Bloomberg BNA. Efforts to adapt to climate change in the developing world could cost several times previous estimates, regardless of how successful negotiations are to reduce emissions, the United Nations said Dec. 5 at the Lima climate change conference.

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Webinar on Demand - Smelter Verification for Conflict Minerals, A Guide to Understanding the Facts (Chinese translation now available)

The verification of supplier-provided smelter information is a growing concern for conflict minerals due diligence in industries large and small. Are you confident in your smelter verification process and aware of the pit falls to avoid? Download this webinar on demand to obtain industry leading knowledge on the newest Conflict Minerals Reporting Template version 3.02 updates, issues with publicly available data, critical insight about anticipated problems and information on how a Smelter Verification Program can be a cost-efficient service offering. Also, due to a high interest for the webinar to be released in Chinese, the link to watch the first ever webinar for Smelter Verification translated to Chinese has also been provided. 

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Webinar on Demand - Anti Corruption Crack Down

Source Intelligence teamed with the Center for Responsible Enterprise and Trade (CREATe) to offer an informative, Anti-Corruption Crack Down Webinar that presents key priorities for addressing supply chain risk, and what can be done to protect companies and brands from corruption. To watch the webinar on demand, please use the link below.

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E-Book - An Insightful Look at 2014 Conflict Minerals Efforts: Benefits of Tracing Your Supply Chain

An E-Book of our most influential white papers of 2014 that have guided companies to conflict minerals compliance. The E-Book includes white papers on Overcoming Supplier Resistance, Conflict Minerals Compliance Programs Implementation: An Analysis of 4 Prevailing Approaches, Moving Beyond Supplier Provided Information: A Guide To Smelter Verification, and the 2015 Guide to a Successful Conflict Minerals Program. 

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