Get started by following our step-by-step guide to Human Rights Due Diligence
Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD) is the process of implementing procedures that will reduce the risk a company has of negatively impacting human rights and working conditions. HRDD has evidently grown in importance with many countries seeing fit to introduce regulations to ensure companies respect human rights, such as “Åpenhetsloven” in Norway.
However, reporting on human rights is still quite new to the majority of companies. In this guide, we have gathered all the important information you need to know about HRDD and how to set up your own process.
Download the guide and read about:
- What is HRDD?
- Who is affected by it?
- What does it look like in practice?
- What are the consequences of not following HRDD?
- What is the suitable call to action?