Please look at our Anchoring Due Diligence Webinar Series page and our event page for more information. The Seafood Ethics Action (SEA) Alliance has created the Anchoring Due Diligence six-part webinar series to provide support and guidance for seafood businesses. This is an integral part of the SEA Alliance's aim to increase alignment on effective due diligence processes, and increase the implementation of impactful approaches to address human rights risks. The first introductory webinar in the series took place on 22 September 2022. This set the context for Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD) to explain what it is and why companies should engage with this programme of work. The second webinar in the series took place on Thursday 20 October 2022. This webinar looked more closely at how businesses can identify and assess potential Human Right Due Diligence (HRDD) risks in their supply chain(s). It then focussed on what steps they should take to remediate, and address those risks. The third webinar took place on Thursday 1 December 2022. This webinar looked at how responsible recruitment fits in, and relates to, Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD). It looked at the 'supply chain of people'. It covered what the recruitment journey looks like, the migration related risks, and how recruitment fees are connected to forced labour. It also covered the employer pays principle, mitigation and remediation. The fourth webinar took place on Thursday 19 January 2023. This webinar looked at worker engagement in seafood supply chains. This explained what worker engagement is, and why it is important for businesses in terms of benefits and efficiencies to be gained. It covered the essential elements and basis for worker engagement, and the safeguards that need to be put in place. As well as covering how to evaluate the effectiveness of worker engagement programmes, and how it informs a Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD) process. The fifth webinar took place on Thursday 9 March 2023. This webinar explained what we mean by decent work at sea. It covered the four pillars of vessel safety namely the Work in Fishing Convention (C188), the Port State Measures Agreement (PSMA), the International Maritime Organization Cape Town Agreement, and the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Fishing Vessel Personnel (STCW-F). It also looked at enabling conditions, how this relates to vessel standards, and emphasise its role in a Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD) process. The sixth and final webinar in the series is taking place on Thursday 20 April 2023. This webinar will conclude our series to put the knowledge gained into action. It will focus on how to evaluate responsible purchasing practices and incentivize positive change. This will include: how to gain support and buy in from other teams; how to set shared performance indicators and create model contract agreements; and ensure transparency throughout the supply chain. We encourage the widespread sharing of this information internally with management, leadership and procurement teams to build awareness on these core topics and to generate internal champions that can support the business in operationalising HRDD.  The webinars are being facilitated by FishWise, and are being run in partnership with the World Benchmarking Alliance and the Global Tuna Alliance.