Understand responsibilities and best practice associated with new international legislation and market requirements on forced labour.
Do you understand the new market requirements on forced and bonded labour?
Practices affected by new legislation include:
Stronger Together in partnership with the Wine and Agricultural Ethical Trade Association (WIETA) and the Sustainability Initiative South Africa (SIZA) are offering subsidised training – ‘Detecting, Deterring and Dealing with Forced Labour for Agri-Businesses’ for agricultural businesses across South Africa.
Workshop attendees will receive a toolkit and checklist to support them to ensure they are: working ethically and responsibly; informed and equipped to deal with any suspicions of forced labour or irregular labour practices that may arise; prepared for ethical audits; and able to show retailers and the wider export market that they are taking active steps to prevent forced and bonded labour in their business and supply chain.
Workshops are delivered by expert local facilitators in Afrikaans & English
There is one free delegate place per organisation* on open workshops for Stronger Together South Africa Business Sponsors’ South African-based suppliers/service providers/sub-contractors. And, unlimited discounted places for WIETA members and SIZA members, and Stronger Together South Africa Business Sponsors’ South African-based suppliers/service providers/sub-contractors.
The Stronger Together South Africa Business Sponsors are: Alko, Berryworld, Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Systembolaget, Tesco and Vinmonopolet.
*This is one free place per organisation (from May 2021, refreshes every three years), not per workshop or per site. Codes to book free places are supplied by WIETA and SIZA and the Business Sponsors, if you need help with your booking, please registered on our website, then email email@example.com.
For all other places, select your date from the list above and book your workshop online.