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Bulletin 14

February 2021

CILT Best Practice Bulletin and International Webinar

The tenth edition of the CILT Covid-19 Best Practice Response Bulletin has now been published and you
can see it here:

This is part of our global best practice resource to help members build knowledge and expertise to
assist in determining appropriate responses locally.

This week we also held our fourteenth international webinar on the Role of Sustainability in a Post Covid

The session was hosted by Emma Ross, Global Chairperson of the Next Generation Forum. Guest Speaker
Dr Philipp Sauer from Italy discussed The Resilience of Supply Chain Sustainability: Evidence from a
multiple case study in Europe during the Covid-19 pandemic. 
Guest Speaker Megan Yeates from
Ireland discussed her Experiences of Sustainable Logistics in a Post Covid World.


You can watch the recording of the webinar here:


Both the recording of the webinar and the Best Practice Bulletin will also be available on the homepage
of the international website.

Next week our focus moves to the post-Covid world as we launch our Green Technology and
theme. Look out for the campaign details, and the call for research from our President
Dato’ Radzak Malek shortly.

We hope you will support the campaign locally as we look at the environmental threats our world faces,
and explore the challenges and the solutions.


Best regards


Ceri Williams

International Marketing, Governance and Communications Manager




CILT International Office

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