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Table human rights due diligence law, MEPs tell Commission

MEPs have launched ambitious plans for an EU law requiring companies to carry out human rights due diligence in their supply chains.

The time is now for company non-financial reporting

It may seem incredible that anyone can continue arguing that corporations should not be responsible for their impacts on wider society. Yet that was effectively the argument put forward by some European Union member states last week when they attempted to block the EU legislation on non-financial reporting for large companies, writes Richard Howitt.

Parliament criticises Commission on CSR

A Parliament report on the Commission's Communication on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), adopted on 9 March 2007, is critical of the Commission's approach of letting companies decide how to incorporate social and environmental concerns into business practices.

Mandatory CSR reporting would only encourage “box-ticking”, says new report

A new publication warns: the majority of companies are merely stating their compliance with the expectations of society as opposed to communicating a clear sense of values.

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