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Disclosure

22 Mar 2022

Adobe statement

Thank you for reaching out to Adobe with questions about our human rights due diligence in Russia and Ukraine. We support the work of BHRRC and appreciate the work you are doing to support human rights in the region during this conflict. We reviewed the questions and see that many are related to business operations in Ukraine and in Russia and this is not applicable to Adobe, we have offices in neither country. We are however monitoring the situation and have taken a variety of steps as outlined in these two blogs:

  • Adobe Stops all new sales in Russia (Link)
  • Adobe Foundation’s response to humanitarian crisis in Ukraine (Link)

Please let us know if you have any questions and thank you again for your focus on these critical issues.

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