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6 June 2019

List of large businesses & associations that support human rights due diligence regulation

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Large businesses (>1 bn € turnover) and associations publicly speaking out in favour of mandatory human rights due diligence regulation and/or endorsing campaigns (non-comprehensive), last updated 13 June 2019...

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3 June 2019

Finland commits to mandatory human rights due diligence at national & EU level

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22 May 2019

National movements for mandatory human rights due diligence in European countries

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Initiatives for mandatory human rights due diligence in Europe (non-exhaustive), last updated 13 June 2019...

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19 February 2019

Study ranks EU states on human rights performance to help guide responsible investment decisions

Author: International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH)

On what criteria should investment decisions be made? How should states rank when it comes to non-financial information? What indicators should be used? The objective of the present study is to establish a methodology and classification system that...

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18 February 2019

Human Rights Impact Assessment of Finnish food retailer's Italian tomato supply chains released as part of pilot on going "beyond audits"

The Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) of SOK Corporation's Italian processed tomato supply chains was prepared by Oxfam as part of a pilot for the company's new approach to assessing human rights impacts in high risk supply chains that goes ‘beyon...

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13 February 2019

Study analyses 21 Natl. Action Plans on business & human rights incl. on content, stakeholder engagement & accountability

Full dataset available here

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8 February 2019

New report on corporate disclosure under EU Non-financial Reporting Directive finds co's fail to provide meaningful information about impacts on human rights & environment

The EU Non-financial Reporting Directive which came into effect in 2018 requires large companies and financial corporations to disclose information regarding their impacts on society and environment. Civil society has however criticised that the EU...

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7 February 2019

EU Commission’s Paper on Sustainable Europe fails to address mandatory due diligence requirements for co's, says ECCJ

Author: ECCJ

"Commission’s Reflection Paper on Sustainable Europe lacks determination on Responsible Business Conduct", 4 Feb 2019...

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5 February 2019

Finland: Civil society calls on Govt. to explore common EU approach to mandatory human rights due diligence legislation during EU Presidency

Author: European Coalition for Corporate Justice et al

We, the undersigned NGOs, are calling on the Finnish government to set an ambitious agenda for the implementation of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) at European Union (EU) level......

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28 January 2019

Finland: New study on companies' progress in integrating SDGs into their business & sustainability strategies

Author: FIANT Consulting & 3bility Consulting

'No time to waste', Jan 2019...

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