Training: Fighting abuse of Power in the arts, starting with Compliance by law firm Hogan Lovells

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Training: Fighting abuse of Power in the arts, starting with Compliance by law firm Hogan Lovells

March 9 @ 10:00 - 10:30

Free
  • Thursday, March 9, 2022, 10:00-11:30 PM CEST 
  • Online

ENGAGEMENT ARTS NL firmly believes that a strong reporting system is a foundational element in fighting abuse of power and the key to effective prevention. ENGAGEMENT ARTS NL is therefore extremely proud to announce its affiliation with Hogan Lovells compliance and investigations practice group as a Pro Bono client. As part of our official launch week, ENGAGEMENT ARTS NL has asked the Hogan Lovells team to give an online training. They will share leading expertise on compliance, specifically Codes of Conduct and reporting systems, with the Dutch and German art world.

About Hogan Lovells: Hogan Lovells is one of the largest law firms in the world with roots that extend back over 100 years. The firm offers unique experience and deep insights gained from working in some of the most complex legal environments and markets. More than 2,500 lawyers on six continents in over 50 offices provide practical legal solutions to clients situated anywhere around the globe. Hogan Lovells’ international Pro Bono practice focusses on access to justice and the rule of law, and has a long tradition of supporting ground-breaking social developments. Hogan Lovells lawyers collectively spend 150,000+ pro bono hours per year on work to achieve lasting impact for others.

About the German Compliance and Investigations Team: Our compliance and investigations team is one of the most renowned and, with more than 60 team members, also one of the largest in the German market. Our team advises on setting up, implementing, and auditing compliance management systems. In addition, our team regularly carries out internal investigations for globally acting companies, including communication with local authorities.

ENGAGEMENT ARTS NL firmly believes that a strong reporting system is a foundational element in fighting abuse of power and the key to effective prevention. ENGAGEMENT ARTS NL is therefore happy to announce its affiliation with Hogan Lovells compliance and investigations practice group as a Pro Bono client. As part of the official launch week, ENGAGEMENT ARTS NL has asked the Hogan Lovells team to give an online training. They will share leading expertise on compliance, specifically Codes of Conduct and reporting systems, with the Dutch and German art world.

Participation is free.

Date:  9 March 2022

Time: 10:00am – 11:30am

Please send us an email if you intend to join, at [email protected]

About ENGAGEMENT ARTS NL ENGAGEMENT ARTS NL is an artist-led movement addressing sexual harassment, sexism, and abuse of power in the Dutch arts field. The movement was founded out of the urgency to establish support and create a safer space within the arts, with the generous support from our sibling organization Engagement Arts Belgium. As a low-threshold, peer-to-peer initiative, ENGAGEMENT ARTS NL offers support for individuals and communities facing transgressive behavior, discrimination and/or unfair practices in the arts, actively engaging with institutions and organizations to create safer and more inclusive working environments.

About Hogan Lovells:Hogan Lovells is one of the largest law firms in the world with roots that extend back over 100 years. The firm offers unique experience and deep insights gained from working in some of the most complex legal environments and markets. More than 2,500 lawyers on six continents in over 50 offices provide practical legal solutions to clients situated anywhere around the globe. Hogan Lovells’ international Pro Bono practice focusses on access to justice and the rule of law, and has a long tradition of supporting ground-breaking social developments. Hogan Lovells lawyers collectively spend 150,000+ pro bono hours per year on work to achieve lasting impact for others.

About the German Compliance and Investigations Team: Our compliance and investigations team is one of the most renowned and, with more than 60 team members, also one of the largest in the German market. Our team advises on setting up, implementing, and auditing compliance management systems. In addition, our team regularly carries out internal investigations for globally acting companies, including communication with local authorities.

 

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Date:
March 9
Time:
10:00 - 10:30
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://engagementarts.nl

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