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The Human Rights Due Diligence Project: Database of Due Diligence Regulations

Author: International Corporate Accountability Roundtable, European Coalition for Corporate Justice, Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability, Published on: 1 April 2013

The Human Rights Due Diligence Project set out to understand how governments could use their regulatory authority to mandate or encourage businesses to engage in human rights due diligence activity, a component of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. The Report surveyed legal experts from around the world, and resulted in the collection of over 100 examples of existing State practice with regard to due diligence in areas analogous to or including human rights. This searchable database includes all examples identified, indexed by country and characteristic features.

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