The ability of private security companies to carry out contracts and deliver protection that respects human rights and international humanitarian law is contingent on recruitment standards, the training they provide and the working conditions of their staff. This panel of experts in the field of labour and private security will examine key questions regarding this topic: What are the working conditions of guards across the industry today? How do the working rights of guards today affect their human rights but also the rights of their constituencies? How can fair price and fair treatment in exchange for quality and security become incentivised in the industry?
Charlie Mayne, Managing Director, VSC Security Solutions, ICoCA Board Member
Dr. Amanda Chisholm, Senior Lecturer of Security Studies, Kings College London
Mark Death, Membership & Mental Health Awareness, International Professional Security Association (IPSA)
Temilola Oyinloye, Senior Consultant, Control Risks, Nigeria
Eddy Stam, Head of UNI Property Services, UNI Global Union