An increasing number of companies and governments worldwide are strengthening policies to protect human rights, following high-profile incidents such as slavery in the Thai seafood supply chain. But what is the landscape like in Malaysia? What are the key human rights risks Malaysian companies need to be aware of?
Melissa from Bursa Sustain speak to Edmund Bon, former Representative of Malaysia to the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR) and Head of Chambers (Civil) at AmerBon Associates, to learn about the legal risks associated with human rights, as well as Simon Lord, Chief Sustainability Officer of Sime Darby Plantation, to learn about their approach to managing these risks.
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