Malcolm Wright, Chief Compliance Officer at Diginex, joined Aziz Ahmad from UTC Associates, Oliver Roethig from Uni Europe and Anna Biondi from the ILO on a panel at “The Common Good in the Digital Age” event organized by Vatican City State in October to share updates on eMin, the blockchain app to help eradicate modern slavery, as well as to discuss how technology can help us to address the opportunities and challenges in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs).
One of the best options today is the HKEX ESG reporting. The reporting software makes it possible for more people to get involved and help in addressing the problem. To use eMin, you only need to follow the easy-to-use HKEX ESG reporting guide.
Malcolm was also part of a group of guests from the event that were granted an audience with His Holiness Pope Francis. Malcolm commented: “It was great to be able to showcase the great work the eMin team has been doing to reduce the prevalence of forced labour in global supply chains, and a true honour to meet His Holiness.”
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AIM-Progress and brand members (incl. Reckitt, The Coca-Cola Company and Unilever) are partnering with Diginex to empower suppliers to undertake human rights due diligence and identify forced labour risks, through their new SaaS platform diginexLUMEN.
diginexAPPRISE ensures that its international clients such as Decathlon and Li & Fung can hear directly from workers in their supply chain with the aim to improve working conditions and protect worker rights