Dialogue Meeting - Human Rights & UK Modern Slavery Act

FSR - danske revisorer


  • fsr@fsr.dk
  • 33939191
  • Kronprinsessegade 8, 1306 København K
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Type: Gå-hjem møde
Start dato: 31.08.2017
Start tidspunkt: 14.00
Sted: Revisorernes Hus, Kronprinsessegade 8, København K.

How can companies comply with the UK Modern Slavery Act Requirements while working strategically to mitigate and manage human rights risk? FSR- Danish Auditors is pleased to invite you to a dialogue meeting that will discuss developments in human rights regulations and reporting, focusing particularly on the UK Modern Slavery Act (MSA).

EY UK’s specialist in human rights, Anna Jakobsen, will provide an overview of the MSA and its requirements and share her knowledge, insights and company best practices.
The meeting will be facilitated by Carina Ohm, Executive Director, EY Climate Change and Sustainability Services, and member of FSR – the Danish auditors’ CSR committee.
Time & date
Thursday 31 august, 2017, 14.00 - 17.00.
Revisorernes Hus, Kronprinsessegade 8, København K.
14.00-14.15 Welcome and setting the scene on human rights and UK Modern Slavery Act reporting requirements in relation to the Danish reporting requirements on CSR-reporting, cf. the Danish Financial Statements Act, §99a. 
Birgitte Mogensen, head of CSR-committee
Carina Ohm, Executive Director, EY Denmark
14.15 -15.00 UK Modern Slavery Act – Who is impacted by the UK Modern Slavery Act? What must companies do to comply? What should a statement on modern slavery include? What best practice is emerging? How does the Act relate to other reporting requirements and voluntary guidance?
Anna Jakobsen, Senior Manager, EY UK
15.00 - 15.20 Coffee and networking
15.20 - 16.00 Case study and discussion: Practical experiences related to the development of a UK Modern Slavery Act statement. Arla Food’s main considerations when developing the statement and the process behind the preparation.
Susanne Andersen, Senior Manager, Corporate Responsibility, Arla Foods Amba
16.00 - 16.40 Case study and discussion: Supply chain human rights risk assessments and due diligence processes. Egmont’s experiences related to human rights due diligence processes in the supply chain.
Charlotte Damgaard, Social Compliance Director, Egmont International Holding
16.40 - 17.00 Final questions and wrap up
Carina Ohm, Executive Director, EY Denmark  
Birgitte Mogensen, head of CSR-committee
Participation is free of charge. Please register by sending an email to Mette Conradsen: mcr@fsr.dk. Deadline for registration is 24 August 2017.
A ”diploma” for participation for the mandatory courses for accountants can be issued. Please let us know upon registration if you are interested. 

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