Norton Rose Fulbright and BIICL publish human rights due diligence and supply chain management study
A 2018 report.
There is increasing pressure on businesses to take steps to ascertain, manage and account for their human rights impacts and explain how they are doing this. This pressure is taking on a more obvious legal dimension, as notions of moral and ethical responsibility begin to transform into harder edged legal duties, predominantly through legislative and regulatory developments and litigation.
We advise clients on compliance with human rights laws, as well as the principal international frameworks containing human rights requirements for businesses, including the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, IFC Performance Standards and the Equator Principles.