Stopping Traffick: Developing Corporate Best Practices for Ethical Supply Chains

A HUB Talks Podcast

6 September 2018       Presenters: Robert L. Houston

Matt Friedman is an expert on modern slavery in corporate supply chains and corporate best practices. He is the president and founder of the Mekong Club in Hong Kong which is a leader in uniting and mobilizing the private sector for collaboration to develop best practices for ethical supply chains. Several Fortune 500 are members of the collaborative process to eradicate modern slavery from corporate supply chains. Matt responds to questions from Robert Houston, a K&L Gates associate in Singapore, about his work.

About Stopping Traffick
Stopping Traffick has been created by the K&L Gates Ethical Supply Chain Task Force and addresses topics that are important for corporations with complex supply chains by highlighting the specific risks of human trafficking and forced labor in a company’s supply chain that are often unknown and how to best avoid this and its many adverse consequences.  It is part of the HUB Talks podcast which covers critical issues at the intersection of business and law.

Catch-up on past episodes by visiting the Stopping Traffick section of our HUB Talks program page.

Stopping Traffick: Developing Corporate Best Practices for Ethical Supply Chains

A HUB Talks Podcast

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