Today, four political parties submitted a bill on Responsible and Sustainable International Business Conduct in Dutch parliament. The bill proposes a duty of care for all companies in the Netherlands and an obligation to conduct…
The most important international norms for Responsible Business Conduct – the OECD Guidelines and the UN Guiding Principles (UNGPs) – require companies to perform due diligence in order to proactively identify, prevent and reduce risks…
Updated: 3 June 2019 On the 14th of May 2019, the Dutch Senate voted to adopt the “Child Labour Due Diligence Law” (“Wet Zorgplicht Kinderarbeid”), which requires companies to determine whether child labour occurs in…
Amsterdam, 14 May 2019 Today the Dutch Senate voted to adopt the Child Labour Due Diligence Bill. In doing so, the Netherlands demonstrates that it is serious about combating child labour in global supply chains….
While the new Dutch Trade and Development policy sets strong trade objectives, it shows little ambition regarding responsible business conduct. Although the Dutch like to see themselves as frontrunners on the issue of responsible business…
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