The Stop Slavery Summit in Hong Kong on August 28, gave a voice to the 40.3 million people in some form of modern slavery and united the business community with a shared responsibility to take a stand to #StopModernSlavery.
The Stop Slavery Summit showcased the growing willingness for businesses to work together toward a common goal and take action—from exploring why investors are expecting more from their portfolio companies than simply financial returns to spotlight sessions on how technology is making it easier to identify supply chain risk.
- Putting the “S” back into ESG: Investing to combat modern slavery
- Leading with laws: C-suite and Director’s duties around slavery risk
- Data is our weapon: How technology is helping us fight back
- The Honorable Mrs. Anson Chan, GBM, GCMG, CBE, JP, Former Chief Secretary for Administration HKSAR
- Rani Hong, survivor of child trafficking and Co-Founder of the Tronie Foundation
- Vera Belazelkoska, Director of Programs, Ulula—Responsible supply tech
- Niall Dennehy, Chief Operations Officer and Co-Founder, AID:Tech—Digital identity and Blockchain driven solutions
- Laureen van Breen, Program Manager, WikiRate—Integrating corporation ESG data