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21 Jun 2022

Towards human rights due diligence legislation: Expectations of guidelines on respect for human rights

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In March 2022, Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry established a study group on guidelines for respecting human rights in supply chains to develop cross-industry guidelines on human rights due diligence. In this momentum, Business &Human Rights Resource Centre, World Benchmarking Alliance and Human Rights Now co-organize a zoom webinar titled “Towards human rights due diligence legislation: Expectations of guidelines on respect for human rights.” The event aims to accelerate discussions on the guidelines and constructive dialogue among stakeholders towards future legislation of the HRDD. More information can be found here (Japanese only) along with the attached poster.

  • Date and time: 7 July, 17:30 –19:00 JST
  • Language: Japanese

Event Details

Start date
7 Jul 2022
Start time
5:30 p.m.
Event type
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Human Rights Now, World Benchmark Alliance

For more information, please follow the link to the event

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