Bündnis für nachhaltige Textilien
Working Meeting
21st April 2020

We cordially welcome you to the virtual working meeting on April 21, 2020 - everywhere and not only in Cologne. We have adapted and tightened the agenda to the new online formats. In addition, we offer two sessions on the effects of and on ways to deal with the effects of COVID-19. You can already register now for the individual sessions.

We see and hear each other here on 21 April, hope for sufficient bandwidth and look forward to the exchange with you as well as to many suggestions, ideas and examples for the implementation of the Partnership's goals, also and especially in these critical times.



As always, we offer a broad range of topics, from circular economy to risk analysis, from supply chain mapping to complaints mechanisms. Certainly, all topics are also considered under the impression of COVID-19.


The webinars also rely on your ideas, experiences or suggestions. Therefore, use the opportunities to actively participate in the webinars.


The Textiles Partnership gathers representatives of all relevant actors. At the working meeting you can exchange ideas with colleagues, but also with representatives from the other stakeholder groups.


09:00 – 10:25
Begrüßung und Aktuelles aus dem Bündnissekretariat
Impuls, Karl-Hendrik Magnus, McKinsey
Moderierter Austausch zur Covid-19 Krise
10:30 – 11:20
Workshop 1a

Adoption of ILO Convention 190 – what next? Measures against gender-based violence in textile supply chains

Workshop 1b

Auf dem Weg zum Risiko-Tool: Testen Sie mit uns das T-REXS

11:30 – 12:20
Workshop 2a

SMARTe Ziele formulieren: Fit für den Review-Prozess

Workshop 2b

Kreislaufwirtschaft: Reduktion von pre-consumer waste

12:20 – 13:00
13:00 – 13:50
Workshop 3a

Verantwortungsvolle Einkaufspraktiken: Wo stehen die Unternehmen im Bündnis und was bedeutet „verantwortungsvoll“ in der jetzigen Zeit?

Workshop 3b

Water Stewardship: Water Management beyond your fence line

14:00 – 14:50
Workshop 4a

Lieferkettenmanagement in der digitalen Welt: Das Potential von Blockchain

Workshop 4b

Accessible and Effective Complaint Mechanisms: How to empower workers to truly address their grievances

15:00 – 15:50
Workshop 5

Corona-Krise in Textil-Lieferketten: Unterstützungsmöglichkeiten

16:00 – 16:50
Workshop 6a

Man-Made-Cellulosics „CanopyStyle Audit“ practical mapping tool

Workshop 6b

Beyond Tier 1: How to Map Your Deeper Supply Chain


Referentinnen und Referenten

Karl-Hendrik_Magnus SW

Karl-Hendrik Magnus

McKinsey & Company (Livestream)
Makoveienko Iryna sw

Iryna Makoveienko

Takko (Webinar 1a)
Foto Nora SW

Nora Böggemann

Twentyfifty (Webinar 1b)
Foto John

John Wiesel

Twentyfifty (Webinar 1b)
Foto Larissa SW

Larissa Dietrich

Twentyfifty (Webinar 1b)

Dr. Katrin Meyer

Stakeholder Reporting (Webinar 2a)
Martin Schmidt-Unverfehrt sw

Martin Schmidt-Unverfehrt

ARTUS Trade House GmbH (Webinar 2b)
Juergen Hannak sw

Jürgen Hannak

adelphi consult GmbH (Webinar 2b)
Nicole Kösegi sw

Nicole Kösegi

Boer Group (Webinar 2b)
Lena Kern_quadratisch_klein sw

Lena Kern

Deutsches Global Compact Netzwerk (Webinar 3b)
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Johannes Schmiester

WWF (Webinar 3b)
Dreyer_1 sw

Simone Dreyer

Bremer Baumwollbörse (Webinar 4a)
lohmann sw

Ansgar Lohmann

KiK (Webinar 4a)

Andreas R. Schneider

GCS Consulting GmbH (Webinar 4a)
Jean Jetkins_NRO SW

Dr. Jean Jenkins

University of Cardiff (Webinar 4b)

Dr. Gisela Burckhardt

FEMNET e.V. (Webinar 5)

Anosha Wahidi

BMZ (Webinar 5)
Foto Leonie Blokhuis SW

Leonie Blokhuis

Fair Labor Association (Webinar 6b)
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