Breakfast Meeting on Child Rights for Nordic Companies with Supply Chains in Vietnam

China is consolidating its factory base, with Myanmar a new manufacturing supplier is emerging - what will this mean for Vietnam’s manufacturing sector in terms of Human Rights & Child Rights? 

What will the new laws and regulations and Head Office demands from businesses based in Europe on human and child rights mean for value chains in Vietnam and Southeast Asia? 

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear examples and practical experience on parents, youth and children in supply chains from expertise from CCR CSR and Save the Children   
Date: 15 March 2017
Time:  08:00-09:00
Place: Cafe d'Anver, 96B Lê Thánh Tôn, District 1, Hồ Chí Minh City
RSVP to:  Dung Nguyen Hanh via 

Demands on European-based companies to conduct their business in a more socially responsible way are increasing. More and more companies have also set higher standards on their own initiative. Throughout East and Southeast Asia this is having an impact on supply change management. 

On March 15th, the Executive Director of CCR CSR Ms. Ines Kaempfer and the CEO of Save the Children Sweden Ms. Elisabeth Dahlin will be in Ho Chi Minh City and you are very welcome to hear their view on regional trends, relevant legal changes, corporate sustainability trends in the region, what this may mean for Vietnam, and not least to share your experience and views on practical difficulties and possible ways forward. Save the Children in Vietnam will be present to share main issues and challenges for children and their rights in the country. 

We do hope you will join us!


Wednesday, March 15, 2017