Corporate due diligence and sustainability systems - Code consultation webinar
The last years have seen an important trend towards mandatory corporate due diligence on environmental and human rights risks.
The first draft of the revised and integrated ISEAL Code of Good Practice is intended to support sustainability systems in more clearly defining and strengthening their role and functionality within corporate due diligence processes. Its aim is to address the increasing need for sustainability systems to be clearer about how they advance the identification, prevention, mitigation and remediation of sustainability risks within their scope.
This webinar reflects on the learning ISEAL has gained through its work on due diligence and remediation to date, and how this has informed the development of the first draft of the ISEAL Code of Good Practice. It highlights the key changes made, with opportunities to hear from experts and to provide feedback.
You can find out more about the consultation, including links to the draft Code, consultation survey, and list of upcoming events, on the consultation webpage.
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Dorothée Baumann-Pauly, Director, Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights
Emily Norton, Policy Analyst, OECD Centre for RBC
Archana Kotecha, Founder and CEO, The Remedy Project