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21 May 2018

Author:
Shelley Marshall, Irene Pietropaoli, and Madeline Winterbottom (RMIT University of Melbourne)

Database: Supply chain due diligence laws, regulations, agreements, initiatives

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This database is a research project of Corporate Accountability Research (www.corporateaccountabilityresearch.net) based at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia with the aim of comparing legislation, regulation, soft law, and other initiatives globally that regulate work or promote human rights due diligence by business in their supply chains and corporate families.