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Human Rights Due Diligence: What Does it Mean For You?

Growing amounts of legislation are being proposed in the EU as well as in individual EU member states on Human Rights Due Diligence in value chains, suggesting that very soon it will become mandatory to not only publish a well-meaning policy on non-discrimination but to demonstrate how workers' rights are respected beyond the borders of the EU. This mandate will extend to investors as well and will have a profound, spillover effect in countries where suppliers are located. The trend means that the main concern of responsible business can no longer be only about mitigating the negative externalities of business…
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Kristina Touzenis has 20 years experience in concrete implementation of international standards and law worldwide. Former Head of International Migration Law at the IOM - the Un Agency for Migration, she is now Managing Partner of the advisory firm BST Impact focusing on social sustainability and good governance.
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