Q&A about the CSR Risk Check
The CSR Risk Check will be existing ten years coming year. Time for some questions and answers from some people behind the tool: Marieke de Jong and Caroline Zamor. You can read what challenges are faced when working on the CSR Risk Check and how they look back on the last ten years.
Update over IMVO-wetgeving
Internationaal Maatschappelijk Verantwoord Ondernemen (IMVO) wordt verplicht via Europese of Nederlandse wetgeving. In deze nieuwsupdate lees je over de stand van zaken rondom die wetgeving en krijg je tips over wat je als ondernemer nu al kunt doen. Lees hier verder.
In April 2021, the European Union adopted the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). This new directive states that, starting in 2024, companies with 250 or more employees will be obliged to report on the impact of their activities on people and the environment. The CSR Risk Check is a useful tool in this respect. Do you want to know more about the CSRD? Click here (page in Dutch).
CSR themes & the SDGS
The CSR Risk Check has been expanded with a new page! This page is about how CSR risks are not only about risks, but also about opportunities. If, as an entrepreneur, you tackle CSR risks within your supply chain, you also contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Read more about it here.
COVID-19: Apparel industry
The Fair Labour Association drew up guidelines for apparel companies in the COVID-19 crisis to protect workers in the supply chain. Several recommendations are made. Read more about them here.
COVID-19: Due diligence framework on human rights
Business & Human Rights and Semilla Consultors have jointly developed a human rights due diligence framework, focused on the COVID-19 crisis. This framework provides tools for companies in these turbulent times not only to safeguard the turnover and progress of the company, but also to respect the human rights of their employees, workers in the supply chain and customers. Read more about the framework here.