Employer: A webinar on human trafficking and corporate responsibility to be held in April
The Assistance System for Victims of Human Trafficking operating under the Finnish Immigration Service will organise a webinar on human trafficking and corporate responsibility in collaboration with the British Embassy Helsinki on Tuesday 13 April 2021 at 13:00-14:30. Register for the webinar by 7 April 2021.
Perspectives for companies and employers on how to combat human trafficking in Finland
The purpose of the "Combating trafficking in human beings as part of corporate responsibility" webinar is to provide companies and employers with a view to combating human trafficking in different sectors and to highlight examples of good and concrete practices.
The webinar discusses, among other things, how victims of human trafficking have been employed in both the UK and Finland, how technology solutions and innovations can be utilised to combat human trafficking, and what tools companies have at their disposal in Finland to prevent human trafficking and to take the risk into account.
The webinar will be held on 13 April 2021 at 13:00–14:30. Register for the webinar by 7 April.
The webinar is open to everyone. It is particularly well suited for companies and employers operating in Finland and for persons in corporate responsibility, HR and management positions as well as for communications experts.
The event will be arranged in Finnish, but the addresses by Paul Gerrard and Eric Anderson will be in English. You will find more information about the webinar speakers on the ihmiskauppa.fi website.
You can view the recording of the seminar afterwards
If you are unable to participate directly in the online event, you can view the recording afterwards on the ihmiskauppa.fi website maintained by the Assistance System for Victims of Human Trafficking or on the Assistance System's YouTube channel.
The webinar is part of the project “Building employability skills and working life competence for victims of human trafficking” (IKUT) implemented by the Assistance System for Victims of Human Trafficking. The project receives funding from the European Social Fund (ESF).