SF#11 Employee, community and public empowerment in the clay brick sector
Socio-economic sustainability concerns the parameters that affect people’s opportunities, now and in the future, to fulfil their potential as well attain their basic needs such as livelihoods, social and environmental justice, human rights, among others.
Complementing its current socio-economic impact areas such as health and safety, employment, human rights and equity, the clay brick sector can further positively impact its employees, local communities as well as the wider public.
- Lodewijk Nell
Technical Consultant - EcoMetrix Africa
- Dianne Volek
Technical Consultant - CBA
- CBA Technical Committee