Exploring Trends in Corporate Human Rights Due Diligence
Current trends towards efficient and comprehensive human rights and environmental due diligenceView Post
Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence in the UK: To Be or Not to Be?
Following a series of events ‘Human Rights Due Diligence in Law and Practice’ organised in Oxford in early 2020, Dr Ekaterina Aristova reflects on the prospects of adopting human rights due diligence (HRDD) legislation in the UKView Post
Call for EU Human Rights Due Diligence Legislation: What Can Be Learnt from France and the Netherlands?
Following a series of events ‘Human Rights Due Diligence in Law and Practice’ organised in Oxford in early 2020, Dr Ekaterina Aristova reflects on the lessons learnt from the French and Dutch experience of embedding corporate respect for human rights into legal frameworks.View Post
Ensuring human rights due diligence legislation works for small farmers and workers
Sergi Corbalán from the Fair Trade Advocacy Office discusses new research on how due diligence frameworks can address purchasing practices, living wages and incomes for small farmers and workers.View Post
Something for Europeans to celebrate – a new social contract begins to emerge?
BHRRC's Phil Bloomer and ITUC's Sharan Burrow discuss the EU Commission's plans for mandatory due diligence in a piece for Open DemocracyView Post
Mexico can be a world leader in improving business conduct on human rights and the environment
Ahead of this week's landmark event in Mexico, Soledad García Muñoz and Phil Bloomer discuss the global movement for human rights due diligenceView Post
EU study and legal opinion of German campaign underline need for legislation on human rights due diligence
Claudia Saller, Julia Otten and Johanna Kusch on why the German government should give the mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence agenda a real push, both at home and in Brussels.View Post
Landmark report on 1,000 European companies shows the need for human rights due diligence laws
Filip Gregor and Joanne Houston from Frank Bold on why reporting requirements alone won't eradicate abuse and the implications for the mandatory due diligence debate.View Post
Where is the European Commission going on due diligence and access to remedy in 2020?
ECCJ's Chris Patz and Claudia Saller look back on what three (now) EU Commissioners had to say on mandatory due diligence and remedy.View Post
2019 was the year #HumanRights due diligence came of age
BHRRC's Phil Bloomer and Dr Bärbel Kofler, German Federal Human Rights Commissioner, on why the EU's leadership on mandatory due diligence is needed in 2020View Post