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Vision Zero Fund Forum 2024

The 2024 Vision Zero Fund Forum takes place against the backdrop of ongoing global developments, including the recognition of occupational safety and health (OSH) as a fundamental principle and right at work (FPRW), dynamic changes in the world of work and supply chains, and the urgent need to address the impact of climate change on the safety and health of workers. The Forum will provide a space to collectively shape the future of OSH in supply chains.

The Fund in Action I: Collective action – Partnering for change

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Unsafe and unhealthy working conditions often result from a combination of underlying causes, such as governance gaps, a deficient legislative framework, insufficient knowledge and resources, and unsustainable business practices. One actor alone cannot address all these underlying conditions. All major stakeholders need to work together and assume responsibility (consistent with their respective mandates) to address systemic issues that lie at the root of poor OSH outcomes. That is why the Fund pursues an approach that mobilizes all relevant stakeholders to act collectively to address the underlying root-causes of workplace accidents, injuries, and diseases.

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Anousheh Karvar
French Government Representative to the ILO and G7-G20 Labour & Employment and Former Chair of Alliance 8.7 (2018-2023)
Mariana Infante
Former Senior Technical Officer, Vision Zero Fund Myanmar
International Labour Organization (ILO)
Béatrice Chan Ching Yiu
President, Madagascar Export Processing Companies and Partners Association (GEFP)
José Bertin Randrianasolo
General Coordinator, Confederation of Malagasy Workers (CTM), General Secretary, FISEMA, Madagascar
Yann Wyss
Global Head, Social Impact and Human Rights, Nestlé
Alan Stevens
Head of Strategic Engagement
Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)


Dorothee Baumann-Pauly
Director, Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights, University of Geneva

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