Due Diligence Guide

The EU economy links workers around the world through a global value chain, and as such it has the responsibility to ensure human rights and environmental safety. To ensure corporate sustainability, the European Commission has presented a proposal for due diligence to frame business decisions in terms of human rights, climate and environmental impact, as well as in terms of the company’s resilience in the longer term.

With this in mind, we have designed a guide that can be downloaded below, explaining the most essential information from the Due Diligence proposal for companies.


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