BRUSSELS – Voluntary due diligence measures in global supply chains are failing, suggests a new study by the EU Commission. The study concluded that there is a need for regulatory reform to protect people and the environment from ongoing and worsening human rights and environmental impacts linked to global supply chains. The findings have been welcomed by nine civil society organisations including Clean Clothes, Anti-Slavery International, Friends of the Earth Europe and Amnesty International. The results of the study are based on broad consultation with both civil society and business.
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