#BNmøte

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Onsdag 8. desember 2021 kl. 11.00 - 12.30
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Tirsdag 7. desember 2021 kl. 11.00

This webinar will focus on responsible business conduct in the Norwegian salmon industry, in light of the Transparency Act (“Åpenhetsloven”).

Some of the topics will include:

  • Human rights due diligence, responsible business conduct and access to remedy in the Norwegian salmon industry.
  • Findings and recommendations of the sector-wide impact assessment - human rights impacts of the Chilean farming industry by DIHR and the INDH Chile.
  • Overview of existing initiatives, tools and guidance relevant for responsible business conduct in the salmon industry.

PROGRAM

FUTURE-PROOF, together with the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) and Ethical Trade Norway, cooperate on this webinar.

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

The meeting will be held in English, it is free of charge, and open for all. A zoom link to the webinar will be sent out after the registration deadline.

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
Sted
Webinar
Tid
Onsdag 8. desember 2021 kl. 11.00 - 12.30
Påmeldingsfrist
Tirsdag 7. desember 2021 kl. 11.00

#BNmøte

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

SIGN UP FOR THE MEETING

  • 11:00

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

    Jostein Hole Kobbeltvedt
    Executive Director, Rafto Foundation for Human Rights

  • 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?

    Simen Høy Dybvik
    Senior Adviser, Ethical Trade Norway

  • Salmon farming and human rights in Chile

    Presentation of the sector-wide impact assessment of the Chilean salmon industry conducted by the Danish Institute for Human Rights and the Chilean Human Rights Institute. Presentation of the main findings, recommendations and next steps and Q&A with participants

    Tulika Bansal
    Senior Adviser, Danish Institute for Human Rights

  • Sharing brief overview of initiatives, tools and guidance relevant for responsible business conduct in the salmon industry

    Therese Jebsen, Senior Adviser, Rafto Foundation for Human Rights
    Simen Høy Dybvik, Senior Adviser, Ethical Trade Norway

  • 12:30

    Q&A, closure and next steps

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