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Renewables, grids and human rights: risk, obligations and best practice

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Covered in this webinar: 

  • Recognising potential modern slavery issues related to supply chains, and how to identify and lessen associated risks.
  • Respecting Indigenous rights, including Free Prior and Informed Consent, benefit sharing and co-ownership, and cultural heritage considerations.
  • Unpacking social licence obligations - what communities and stakeholders now expect.

This session was recorded on Thursday, 7 March 2024 at 12pm.

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Core area: NSW/VIC/WA Substantive Law | Non-core: QLD Substantive Law
1 hour – 1 CPD point.

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