Many companies affected by Conflict Minerals regulations (USA, EU) are also subject to the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (“CA-TISCA”) and other laws targeting human trafficking and slavery in commercial supply chains.
Join iPoint and Development International on February 16, 2016, for a free one-hour webinar to learn more about
CA-TISCA as well as other current and emerging regulations aimed at combating human trafficking and slavery, and
companies’ efforts in complying with these regulations.
In this interactive webinar, Dr. Chris Bayer from Development International will present and discuss the findings of his recent CA-TISCA study. This first benchmarking study on the very first disclosure law addressing human trafficking and slavery within commercial supply chains comprehensively evaluates 1,504 companies on their disclosure compliance with CA-TISCA.
Dr. Chris N. Bayer, Development International
Chris Bayer, PhD is an international development practitioner and academic with 14 years of project design and execution experience. Africa a regional focus, he has worked in the DRC, Kenya, South Africa, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire, Senegal, and Nigeria. His research interests hone in on the impact of legal instruments that regulate industries in sectors tainted with human rights issues. His studies conducted in 2015 include an evaluation of corporate compliance with Dodd-Frank Section 1502 and an analysis of Conflict Minerals program implementation among companies in the downstream 3TG supply chains.
Tolga Yaprak, iPoint Inc.
Tolga Yaprak, Senior Consultant, Compliance & Social Responsibility at iPoint Inc., is a subject-matter expert on Conflict Minerals and CSR. His various presentations and publications focus on the effects of CSR and the US Conflict Minerals regulation on companies. Tolga served as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer and holds a BA in International Studies and Political Science from Michigan State University. Tolga also holds a MBA from Eastern Michigan University.
1 hour (including Q&A period)
Tuesday, February 16, 2016, 11 AM Pacific Time | 2PM Eastern Time | 8 PM Central European Time.
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