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CAF is hosting an online briefing for universities and cleaning and security contractors. The event is part of a wider pilot project to expand CAF certification to university campuses. The aim of this briefing is to assist relevant stakeholders in the higher education sector to understand their role in promoting good labour practices, and provide guidance on practically how to do this. The event will cover topics including:

  • Regulatory compliance and the role of lead firms,
  • The role and importance of worker voice in supply chain due diligence,
  • The particular vulnerabilities of cleaners and security guards who are temporary migrant workers, and are often international students themselves.

The event will involve a brief presentation followed by a Q&A with our event moderator and panel:

Event speakers

Martijn Boersma, Moderator

Associate Professor Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery, University of Notre Dame Australia

Shelley Marshall, Panellist

Associate Professor and Director, RMIT Business and Human Rights Centre

Laurie Berg, Panellist

Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Co-Director of Migrant Justice Institute

Chris F Wright, Panellist

Associate Professor, The University of Sydney Business School, Co-Director Sydney Employment Relations Research Group (SEERG)

Event details

Date

Thursday the 28th of July 2022

Time

12:00pm – 1:15pm

Enquiries

Please send event enquiries through to:marketing@cleaningaccountability.org.au

Registration

*Registrations for this event have now closed.

Cleaning Accountability Framework Ltd.