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Informasjon

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Tid
Onsdag 3. november 2021 kl. 08.30 - 12.00
Påmeldingsfrist
Lørdag 23. oktober 2021 kl. 00.00

FUTURE-PROOF, together with the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR), and Ethical Trade Norway invites you to an expert meeting about human rights in the Norwegian salmon industry.

At this meeting we will:

  • Raise awareness on the topic of human rights due diligence, responsible business conduct and access to remedy in the context of the Norwegian salmon industry, in light of the Transparency Act ("Åpenhetsloven")
  • Share the findings and recommendations of the sector-wide impact assessment, looking at the human rights impacts of the Chilean farming industry, by DIHR and the INDH Chile
  • Identify and discuss what the salient human rights impacts associated with the Norwegian salmon industry are
  • Discuss existing tools, initiatives, strategies and opportunities to address impacts through dialogue and joint actions

PROGRAM

The primary audience of the meeting are salmon industry actors and others working on the intersection of human rights and the salmon industry.

The meeting will be held in English, it is free of charge, and will be open for all.

SIGN UP FOR THE MEETING

The meeting will be held in English, it is free of charge, and will be open for all.

PROGRAM

Informasjon

Min side
Tid
Onsdag 3. november 2021 kl. 08.30 - 12.00
Påmeldingsfrist
Lørdag 23. oktober 2021 kl. 00.00

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#BNmøte

The meeting will be held in English, it is free of charge, and will be open for all.

SIGN UP FOR THE MEETING

  • 08:00

    Registration, coffee & tea

  • 08:30

    Jostein Hole Kobbeltvedt, Executive Director, Rafto Foundation for Human Rights

    Welcome and introduction: why a focus on human rights in the Norwegian seafood sector?

  • Simen Høy Dybvik, Senior Adviser, Ethical Trade Norway

    Developments on mandatory human rights due diligence (mHRDD) legislation: What are the latest developments on mandatory HRDD and the Norwegian Transparency Act: what is the law and what does this law mean for Norwegian salmon companies?

  • Tulika Bansal, Senior Adviser, Danish Institute for Human Rights

    Salmon farming and human rights in Chile: Presentation of main findings and recommendations of the sector-wide impact assessment of the Chilean salmon industry and Q&A with participants.

  • 10:15

    Coffee break

  • Mikkel Schmidt Hansen, Project Coordinator Sustainable Oceans, Danish Institute for Human Rights

    Good practices and challenges of the Norwegian salmon industry responding to human rights expectations.

  • Therese Jebsen, Senior Adviser, Rafto Foundation for Human Rights

    Responsible Business Conduct, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and complaint mechanisms.

  • 11:30-12:00

    Q&A, closure and next steps

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Fornavn

Etternavn

Bedrift / Organisasjon

Håkon Stalheim Meldahl Advokatfirmaet Thommessen AS
Vincent Mrimba Bergen Kommune
Johan odfjell Farvatn Venture
Kathleen Mathisen Grieg Seafood ASA
Bjørn Kjetil Husby Itera
Katrine Vedeler KPMG
Mette Remø KPMG LAW
Laura Aasen Lerøy Seafood Group
Krister Hoaas Lerøy Seafood Group
Meryem Førli-Ekerhovd Meryem Førli-Ekerhovd
Kristi Skaar Skatteetaten
Siv Stellberg Skatteetaten
Line Tjelflaat UiB