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Trade Agreements and Human Rights; who cares?

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Saint Mary Le Bow Church

Cheapside

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EC2V 6AU

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In a post-Brexit society, businesses have a responsibility to ensure that their products and practices do not adversely affect human rights around the world. How do ethical international businesses trade and interact with countries with a track record of human rights abuses? What role should governments and international trade deals take in these considerations?

Please join us, as our panel of experts hope to discuss best practice procedures on trade and human rights, and what difference good business conduct can make on the lives of people facing injustice around the world.

Confirmed speakers include:

Brian Iselin (Founder and President of slavefreetrade)

Dr Stephen Woolcock (International Trade Policy Unit, LSE)

Prof Philip Booth (Professor of Finance, Public Policy and Ethics, St Mary's University)

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