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  • 01/28 Thursday
    Film Screening and Q&A | Journey of the Universe
    7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
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Film Screening and Q&A | Journey of the Universe

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Lessons Learned from Other Industries in the Fight Against Forced Labor

Lessons Learned from Other Industries in the Fight Against Forced Labor

Lessons Learned from Other Industries in the Fight Against Forced Labor

Register Now

Date

Nov 17, 2020
7:00 PM–8:30 PM

Virtual Event

Ticket price

Free

presented by Design for Freedom by Grace Farms and Pratt Institute

This panel will explore how several industries are farther along in ensuring ethically sourced materials and labor practices than the construction and design industry and what can we learn from them.

How have these sectors successfully added humanitarian criterion to business models by investing in ethically sourced materials to reduce risk and increase long term returns? How can we apply these lessons as we seek to build slave-free buildings?

 

Hosted by:

Chelsea Thatcher, co-editor of Design for Freedom report and Creative Director and Chief Marketing Officer | Grace Farms Foundation

Tulay Atak, Associate Professor Adjunct at the School of Architecture | Pratt Institute

 

Webinar Contributors

Carolyn Shafer, Director of Sustainability for Academic Affairs | Pratt Sustainability Center 

Tara St. James, Founder and Designer | Study NY

Julie Klinger, Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Spatial Sciences | University of Delaware

Kiel Moe, Professor and Gerald Staff Chair of Architecture | McGill University

 

Webinar attendants can receive AIA CES credits, administered by the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at Pratt Institute.

 

Watch the first webinar in our series, Innovative Tools in the Movement Toward Slave-Free Buildings.

 

Photo Credit: Tom Fisk/Pexels

 


Grace Farms Foundation’s interdisciplinary humanitarian mission is to pursue peace through five initiatives — nature, arts, justice, community, and faith — and Grace Farms, a SANAA-designed site for convening people across sectors. Our stake in the ground is to end modern slavery and gender-based violence, and create more grace and peace in our local and global communities.

Nature + Environment
Arts + Beauty
Faith + Meaning
Community + Relationships
Justice + Ethics
Children and Families
Teens
Adults
Seniors
court
Sustainability
Sharon Prince
River building
architecture
SANAA
Grace Farms Nature
Grace Farms Arts
Grace Farms Justice
Grace Farms Community
Grace Farms Faith
Krishna Patel
Mark Fowler
Rod Khattabi
Julianne Swartz Joy Still
ethical supply chain
transparent supply chain
unchain.org
Space Grants
day trips from nyc
ct day trips
day trips from nyc without a car
spring daytrips
family getaways from nyc
pollinators
native plants
pollinator decline
biodiversity
honey bees
native bees
nature conservancy
pollinator pathways
Grace Farms and nature
Earth Day
Fairfield County and pollinator pathways
restoring wild and Grace Farms
habitat loss
pesticides and bees
Philanthropy
Rob Reich
Donor-Advised Funds
Not-for-profits
non-profits
wildlife trafficking
African Union
Zambia
poaching
ivory
rhino horns
pangolin scales
social sculpture
Joseph Beuy
Dr. Vanessa Patrick-Ralhan
Association for Consumer Research
Rebecca Solnit
Grace Farms and Social Sculpture
grace farms and pollinator pathways
pollinator habitats
environmentalists
New Canaan and pollinator pathways
Mark Fowler and pollinator pathways
summer day trip in CT
New York City Day Trip to CT
nature day trips in CT
Day trips not far from NYC
Summer day trips not far from NYC
Day trips for children and family in CT
modern-day slavery
child slavery
forced labor
World Cocoa Foundation
west elm
williams-sonoma
eye heart hand
not-for-profit Nest
Tony’s Chocolonely
GoodWeave
Kailash Satyarthi
third-party auditors
auditors
Global Slavey Index
Washington Post
U.S. Army Chaplains
Chaplains
hopeful spaces
rivers
oceans
ocean pollution
plastic
UN Environment
Five Mile River Watershed
Emerald Ash Beetle
Ash Tree
Plan-It Geo
Protecting Trees
Digital Tree Identification Guide
tree identification
ecosystem
community
innovation
social impact
social innovation
slavery
construction
anti-slavery
architects
ending slavery in the built environment

Justice

presented by Design for Freedom by Grace Farms and Pratt Institute

This panel will explore how several industries are farther along in ensuring ethically sourced materials and labor practices than the construction and design industry and what can we learn from them.

How have these sectors successfully added humanitarian criterion to business models by investing in ethically sourced materials to reduce risk and increase long term returns? How can we apply these lessons as we seek to build slave-free buildings?

 

Hosted by:

Chelsea Thatcher, co-editor of Design for Freedom report and Creative Director and Chief Marketing Officer | Grace Farms Foundation

Tulay Atak, Associate Professor Adjunct at the School of Architecture | Pratt Institute

 

Webinar Contributors

Carolyn Shafer, Director of Sustainability for Academic Affairs | Pratt Sustainability Center 

Tara St. James, Founder and Designer | Study NY

Julie Klinger, Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography and Spatial Sciences | University of Delaware

Kiel Moe, Professor and Gerald Staff Chair of Architecture | McGill University

 

Webinar attendants can receive AIA CES credits, administered by the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at Pratt Institute.

 

Watch the first webinar in our series, Innovative Tools in the Movement Toward Slave-Free Buildings.

 

Photo Credit: Tom Fisk/Pexels

 


Grace Farms Foundation’s interdisciplinary humanitarian mission is to pursue peace through five initiatives — nature, arts, justice, community, and faith — and Grace Farms, a SANAA-designed site for convening people across sectors. Our stake in the ground is to end modern slavery and gender-based violence, and create more grace and peace in our local and global communities.

Justice

Register Now

Date

Nov 17, 2020
7:00 PM–8:30 PM

Virtual Event

Ticket price

Free

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