A new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for continued cooperation between Sweden and China on Corporate Social Responsibility was signed in September 2015. The MOU expands the previous cooperation agreement signed in 2008, and includes, for the first time, ”human rights within businesses”. The MOU was signed by Swedish Minister for Enterprise and Innovation Mikael Damberg […]
For the third year in a row, Tracktwo co-organised a “China Day” during Almedalen Week, Sweden’s most important political forum taking place every year in July in Visby on Gotland island. During the full-day event, a series of conversations on topical issues were held, including: Where is Xi Jinping’s China headed? War or Peace in […]
On June 18-19, Malin Oud participated in the OECD Global Forum on Responsible Business Conduct in Paris, and moderated a panel on China with Laurent Chevalier, Total (China) Investment Co. Ltd; Liang Xiaohui, China National Textile and Apparel Council; Sun Lihui, China Chamber of Commerce of Metals, Minerals and Chemicals Importers and Exporters; Emmanuel Freudenthal, […]
In June, Tracktwo delivered a training in Kunming, China, on human rights due diligence and stakeholder engagement for a group of 70 local officials and representatives of Chinese companies. The training was co-organised by the CSR Centre of the Embassy of Sweden in Beijing and the Ministry of Commerce of P.R. China.
In May 2015, Malin Oud was elected to the Board of Directors of the Sweden-China Trade Council, SCTC. SCTC is the leading, independent Swedish network for companies of all sizes and sectors doing business in China. In her role as Board Member, Malin will lead SCTC’s work on issues related to sustainable and responsible business conduct. […]