Pictured at the Northern Ireland Business and Human Rights Forum meeting at Queen's Management School above are from left: Zara Porter, NIBHRF; Susan Bell, Organised Crime Branch, Department of Justice; Marie Nancarrow, Titanic Denim; Glenn Bradley, NIBHRF; Louise Nicholl, Marks & Spencer; Dr Laura Steele, Queen's Management School.
"Queen's Management School has a long history of addressing ethics, social responsibility and sustainability within our teaching, research and engagement activities. The podcast series allow us to bring together industry experts, academics, and other key stakeholders to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing society today.
"Marks and Spencer has been at the vanguard in terms of driving the human rights agenda within business, but they have also been open about the challenges they have sometimes encountered. As a result, Louise Nicholl was an ideal first guest on the podcast. Louise and Glenn's experience and insights make the podcast a must-listen for anyone interested in these issues."
QMS Podcast Photo (Pictured from left are: Glenn Bradley, NIBHRF; Laura Steele, Queen's Management School; and Louise Nicholl, Marks and Spencer).
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