Webinar: What can companies expect from the CSDDD?

With negotiations over the EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive nearing their final stages, our panel will guide you through what to expect from its requirements, giving some practical tips along the way.

Watch our webinar to find out how to prepare for the requirements of the CSDDD.

Key Takeaways   

  • Get an overview of the requirements of the CSDDD
  • Understand what it means for affected companies
  • Pick up useful insights as to how to implement the requirements

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About our panelists 

Elisabeth Andvig is a political scientist with a Master in International Politics from Sciences Po, Bordeaux. She has worked on responsible business conduct for several years in international organizations such as the World Economic Forum, UNICEF and the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). She was responsible for developing guidance based on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights related to non-judicial mechanisms for access to remedy (OHCHR Accountability and Remedy Project II). She currently works for the secretariat of the OECD National Contact Point (NCP) in Norway. Prior to joining the NCP, she worked for the Council on Ethics of the Norwegian Government Pension Fund evaluating invested companies in accordance with the ethics criterion on human rights.

Kiran Aziz is Head of Responsible Investments at Norway’s largest pension company KLP.  She is responsible for ownership and responsible investment activities. Prior to joining KLP, Ms Aziz was a lawyer, lecturer and researcher. She also has extensive board experience. She is currently on board for Norwegian Refugee Council which is one of the world`s largest humanitarian organizations for displaced people and Dagbladet which is one of Norway’s largest newspapers.  She is also a columnist for Norway’s largest online newspaper for finance and business and is Advisory board member for ESG for Boards . Ms Aziz holds a law degree from the University of Oslo.

Our panel includes:

Elisabeth Andvig
Senior Advisor
Norway’s National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines

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Kiran Aziz
Head of Responsible Investments


Tariq Desai
Human Rights Lead
Position Green