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Limited-time free campaign Released video teaching materials for free to learn about respect for human rights in corporate activities

Drop Inc.
[Limited-time free campaign] Released video teaching materials for free to learn about respect for human rights in corporate activities A campaign will be held during Human Rights Week from December 4th to December 10th. We aim to expand understanding and enlightenment of “Business and Human Rights” by creating opportunities to watch videos for free.

Drop Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Kita-ku, Osaka, Representative Director Shinsuke Yoneda), which provides SDGs training and consulting for corporations, offers “Business and Human Rights e-learning” (9 video teaching materials in total) where you can learn the basics of business and human rights. , where the regular price is 500,000 yen, we will carry out a campaign to offer it for 0 yen according to Human Rights Week.
Background of “Business and Human Rights” Required for Corporate Human Rights Response
Since the 1990s, the globalization of economic activities has had adverse effects such as forced labor, child labor, and environmental destruction when companies conduct business across national borders. Over the past few years, there have been reports pointing out that Japanese companies are doing business with companies and factories that violate human rights, forced labor, and child labor overseas. Respect for human rights is essential for corporate initiatives such as SDGs, ESG, and sustainability.
Above all, “business and human rights” has become a keyword in corporate human rights initiatives.
In the past, when it came to human rights training at companies, it was commonplace to target things that occurred within the company, such as harassment.
However, there is currently a growing interest in and demand for human rights, including supply chains, including domestic and overseas suppliers and export destinations. There is an increasing opportunity to learn prevention and countermeasures.
“Business and Human Rights” Video Teaching Materials Free Public Campaign We provide e-learning (video materials) on the theme of “Business and Human Rights”.
In all 9 videos, you can learn the basics of “business and human rights”, such as why companies should work on human rights, domestic and international trends related to human rights, and the relationship between supply chains and human rights.
Click here for the service page▶ The service, which is normally offered for 500,000 yen (excluding tax) for all 9 books, will be offered at a special price of 0 yen as a campaign tailored to Human Rights Week.
◆ Contents of the video
◆ Campaign overview
Application deadline: December 16, 2022 (Friday) 18:00
Viewing period: From the day after the application date until 18:00 on Wednesday, December 28, 2022
Viewing environment: Accessible from the browser of your device Price: Free (usually 9 bottles 500,000 yen (excluding tax) / corporation) Viewing restrictions: We will limit the viewing to only the applicant himself/herself.
*Up to 5 people per company can apply.
* We do not accept multiple applications at the same time, so please apply for each viewer individually.
-Please check the terms of use below- ◆ How to apply for the campaign
If you would like to apply for this campaign, please apply using the “‘Business and Human Rights’ e-learning free viewing campaign application form” below.
This campaign is recommended for those who
The Japanese government has formulated the “Guidelines for Respecting Human Rights in Responsible Supply Chains, etc.” In recent years, there has been a growing movement toward full-scale respect for human rights.
Therefore, this video teaching material is recommended for the person in charge of the following companies.
・Listed companies and their business partners
・Companies that purchase raw materials and products from overseas ・Companies that accept technical intern trainees, etc.
Also, if you are in the following situation, it is a perfect teaching material. “Competitors have human rights policies and are working on them, so we’ve decided to start, but we don’t know what to do.”
“Our business partners requested us to disclose information on human rights, but they did nothing, so we are having trouble responding.” “It is necessary to work on respect for human rights in anticipation of the prime listing.”
This campaign is the perfect opportunity for those in charge to deepen their understanding before the full-scale introduction of business and human rights e-learning.
Please consider using it.
Company Information|Drop Inc.
Drop Co., Ltd. was established in April 2019, with the mission of “changing the structure of society into a better one and creating a virtuous cycle through business”, focusing on three businesses: SDGs consulting business, system development business, and education business. We are doing business. In addition, we will disseminate knowledge and the latest information on SDGs through web media such as “SDGs media”, Voicy, and YouTube.
Location: Inside WeWork, LINKS UMEDA 8F, 1-1 Ofuka-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Representative: Shinsuke Yoneda
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