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CORPORATE TRAINING

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Corporate training can play a key role in:

  1. Educating your leadership, and

  2. Building a culture that promotes good practices and due diligence in supply chain management.

We provide a three hour training that covers the following key topics:

  1. Introduction to Modern Slavery

  2. Assessing Risk and Vulnerability

  3. Monitoring and Identification of Modern Slavery

  4. Workplace Standards and Self-Assessment

  5. Supplier Due Diligence

  6. Developing Effective Policies and Procedures

In addition, Global Family will provide you with materials and resources to effectively implement monitoring procedures in global supply chain networks. These include tools for:

 

  • Self Assessment

  • Calculating Appropriate Rates of Living

  • Training and Materials for Suppliers and Manufacturers on Modern Slavery

  • Annual Reporting to Prevent Modern Slavery from Suppliers and Manufacturers

  • Templates for Policies and Procedures

  • Best Practices on Developing Anti-Modern Slavery Statements

  • Analyses of National Policies on Labour Standards and Modern Slavery in the Countries You Work In

COMMUNITY STRENGTHENING

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Community strengthening projects can play a key role in:

  1. Preventing modern slavery in localised areas, and

  2. Showcasing how global companies and organisations are committed to combatting modern slavery.

What Global Family Provides:

  1. Identification of At-Risk CommunitiesGlobal Family will work with your team to identify the communities you work in, which areas are most at-risk for modern slavery, and which areas you would like to prioritise. 

  2. Implementation of Community Strengthening ProgrammesCommunity strengthening programmes consist of the following key components:

    • Awareness (Annually)We will implement one annual community-wide campaign that educates participates about modern slavery and provides resources for participants to effectively identify modern slavery and refer victims to community services. 

    • Community Organisation (Monthly)Our coordinators will organise monthly meetings of senior community members, including local government officials, to identify and target community issues that can be solved.

    • Youth Club (Weekly)Global Family’s youth clubs have been implemented in nine countries globally. Youth clubs will be organised to meet on a weekly basis to target and mitigate risk factors that youth face, including poverty, lack of social capital, and gender norms and other cultural practices that increase the risk of exploitation.

    • Savings and Credit Group (Weekly)Our coordinators will organise weekly savings and credit groups for community members to educate them on financial management and budgeting, and assist them in ensuring their children remain in school.

    • Vigilance Committee (Weekly)Our coordinators will organise weekly vigilance groups for community members to monitor and keep track of the whereabouts of children and migrating individuals.

  3. Evaluation: Global Family will conduct annual pre- and post-intervention evaluations to determine whether programmes have been effective. Data collected will include indicators that measure incidence and prevalence of modern slavery, and outcomes of each of the community strengthening programmes implemented.

  4. Reporting: Global Family will develop annual reports on the state of modern slavery in the community where programmes have been implemented. This report will be prepared and submitted confidentially to the sponsoring company.

INDEPENDENT REVIEW

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An independent review, conducted over the course of one month, will:

  1. Provide your company with a clear assessment of how effectively current anti-modern slavery practices implemented by your staff are preventing exploitation, and

  2. Communicate to your clients and customers that your company is taking active steps to understand its effectiveness in anti-modern slavery efforts.

Global Family will undertake research both within and outside of your company to understand your company’s current effectiveness in preventing modern slavery. This will include:

 

  1. Interviews with your leadership and supply chain management staff.

  2. Interviews with your suppliers and manufacturers.

  3. Research in three randomly selected communities in which you work to assess the current prevalence and incidence of modern slavery in those areas and determine whether or not your company is facilitating exploitation.

  4. Development of a fully confidential report along with operational recommendations for improving anti-modern slavery efforts within your company.

INQUIRE ABOUT A CORPORATE TRAINING PACKAGE TODAY

CONTACT

Clark Jensen

Director, Global Family Care Network

info@globalfamilyuk.co.uk

+44 (0) 7377 581642

 

St. James Research Centre (SJRC)

Thornhill Road, Falkirk FK2 7AZ

www.globalfamilyuk.co.uk

www.stjamesresearchcentre.org

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C O R P O R A T E 

T R A I N I N G

MONITORING AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 

TRAINING TO PREVENT MODERN SLAVERY

Modern slavery encompasses a range of exploitive practices including human trafficking, slavery, debt bondage, forced labor, child labor, removal of organs, and slavery-like practices.

A 2017 report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) estimated that in 2016. 40.3 million people were victims of modern slavery.

WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU

1. Corporate Training

 

2. Community Strengthening Programme Implementation

3. Independent and Confidential Review of Your Company’s Practices

CERTIFICATION

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