AMSTERDAM – A new industry briefing argues that social auditing firms should be held legally accountable for human rights harm in garment and other supply chains. The briefing also suggests new human rights laws and regulations must not equate social audits with human rights due diligence, or view them as a plausible substitute.
The briefing arrives as due diligence laws in Germany and France and the EU look set to make companies legally responsible for human rights and environmental breaches in their supply chains.
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