Putting due diligence at the heart of sustainable business


The European Commission is set to table a draft law by the end of June that will require companies to ensure that their supply chains are free of human rights and environmental abuse and corruption. That follows years of campaigning by EU lawmakers and civil society groups, and a shift in attitude from much of the business community.

However, questions remain as to what should be in the law, the firms that will be affected and the issue of sanctions, to name just three. This event report looks at what is likely to be in the legislation and the challenges ahead.

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