Public Procurement and Human Rights
– A practical training session
Do you work in the third, public or government sector?
Are you responsible for or have an interest in Public Procurement, Business and Human Rights?
Join Carole Ewart, in this training session, to share and discuss practical examples and explore opportunities to ensure that human rights are better understood by duty bearers and rights holders.
- Discuss what the global ‘Business and Human Rights’ agenda means for Scotland
- Explore the potential for linking human rights with public procurement
- Act on how you can ensure human rights fit in with your decision making
This training session will be useful if you are involved in:
- Ensuring your organisation complies with human rights
- Tendering for work funded by the public sector and government;
- Developing and inviting tenders for projects; and
- Developing policy and good practice.
- Learning how to use human rights to inform procurement and commissioning.
- Understanding the relationship between human rights and the delivery, as well as the procurement, of goods and services,
- Understanding and ensuring you have the right tools going forward.
More detailed information can be found here.
Friday 3rd February 2017 at 1pm – 4.45pm
National Deaf Childrens Society
131 W Nile St, Glasgow