Simon Chorley

International Programs Manager at UNICEF Canada

Simon Chorley is the International Programs Manager at UNICEF Canada. He leads the organization’s engagement with the Canadian private sector and the Government of Canada on corporate responsibility and sustainability, supply chains management, innovations and innovative financing. He has thirteen years of experience in human rights and international development, having previously worked for an international anti-human trafficking organization in the UK. He was born in England, grew up in East Africa, and currently lives in Ontario with his wife and two children.

My Sessions

Leader or Laggard? An Interactive Debate on the Prospects of Supply Chains Legislation in Canada

Room 106 D

REGISTER FOR THIS SESSION LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE There are an estimated 16 million people who are victims of forced labour exploitation in the private sector, of which one in five are children. Some of the industries most affected include construction, manufacturing, and agriculture. Some industries in the Canadian private sector have responded by demonstrating global […]