Human Rights & Supply Chain
Workshop covers the first phase of Human Rights Innovation: Identify.
- Started 14 OctStarted 14 Oct
- 450 Euro450 €
COURSE DESCRIPTION You get to know the fundamentals of implementing Human Rights within supply chains. We look at real-world cases to conduct a thorough baseline analysis and use a systems approach to evaluate the risks involved along the supply chain. We also identify action points for risk minimisation and ways to integrate Human Rights principles within the innovation process. This prepares you for the legislation to eliminate Human Rights violations. In this course we especially refer to the German Supply Chain Act (Lieferkettengesetz) which holds businesses accountable for Human Rights compliance in the supply chain. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN - Use methods and tools to provide an overview of complex supply chains - Highlight risks to potential Human Rights violations - Innovate for Human Rights with a Design-led approach - Co-create with peers from different industries DAY 1: PROBLEM SPACE Definition: What is Human Rights due diligence? What does the Supply Chain Act (Lieferkettengesetz) mean for my business? Baseline Analysis with a systemic approach: How is my supply chain set up? Where is my business positioned within that system? Which Human Rights are most relevant in my industry? How can I ensure Human Rights compliance in my supply chain? Which industries are mostly affected by country-specific conditions? DAY 2: SOLUTION SPACE We will introduce best practice solutions about Human Rights due diligence. Participants have the space to exchange, reflect and analyse different examples. Ideation Sprint and Co-Creation: Development of action points and prioritisation How might we integrate Human Rights principles along my supply chain? How might we implement it strategically in my company’s structure? METHODOLOGY Based on agile methods, the training is highly interactive and experience-based with inputs by the trainers. It also allows time for applying the concepts to real-world cases. Systems Thinking as well as Design Thinking methods are used to highlight the connections between Human Rights and Innovation. WHO IS IT FOR? - Leaders who are curious about Human Rights Due Diligence - Teams who are looking to implement Human Rights in their business processes - Individuals passionate about new tools and methods for innovation beyond user-centeredness Businesses tapping into new markets or purchasing a new product from abroad - NGOs curious to explore a framework for assessing projects in regards to Human Rights violations