The Universal Declaration of Human Rights unanimously adopted by the United Nations in 1948 assures workers the right to work at a just wage under favorable working conditions. However, in organizations throughout the world – from developing and emerging market countries to those of the industrialized sphere – these rights are not always guaranteed.
Join us for a panel discussion with experts whose mission has been to ensure for a just and sustainable global market network. With experience in various industries across Africa, the Middle East and Asia, they can provide an inside view on these networks — the successes, as well as overwhelming challenges still to be met. They will identify the stakeholders involved — Governments, businesses, every day consumers — exploring fully the roles and level of collaboration needed to ensure that all workers are treated with dignity and without discrimination.
- Michael Posner, Director, The NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights
- Salah Husseini, Manager, Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)
- Scott Nova, Executive Director, Workers’ Rights Consortium (WRC)
Moderator: Nancy Ruther, Principal, Gazelle International
(On-street parking is readily available)
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