OECD in collaboration with ILO - Responsible Supply Chains in Asia Programme
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As businesses are thinking through ways to enhance their ability to anticipate and respond to shocks and uncertainties, responsible business conduct (RBC) considerations are becoming increasingly central to sourcing and investment decisions. Likewise, policymakers have been stepping up their efforts to integrate internationally recognised RBC principles and standards into recovery measures. In this changing landscape, understanding and implementing RBC and international labour standards is becoming essential to attract quality investment and participate in global supply chains. This session will discuss recent trade and global supply chains developments related to RBC in Asia, and explore how implementing RBC and decent work practices can help businesses in the region manage supply chain risks, build resilience and competitiveness while staying ahead of the curve in a rapidly evolving environment.
Cambodia’s Garment Sector in Transformation - External Shocks, Political Space and Supplier Consolidation, by Dr. Dennis Arnold and published by CNV Internationaal : https://bit.ly/2YHABA7
Amfori’s survey on Maintaining Sustainable Supply Chains During COVID-19 : http://bit.ly/3oNYEIa
OECD session in collaboration with ILO - Weathering uncertainty in global supply chains through responsible business conduct – perspectives from Asia