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).

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Webinar: Using the CSR Risk Check in the Context of European HREDD Regulation

We are excited to invite you to our upcoming webinar on the 29th of May where we'll be taking a deep dive into the CSR Risk Check. Find out how the CSR Risk Check can help you prepare for legislation such as the CSDDD and learn more about its (new) features!

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How are large companies addressing the current legislation regarding due diligence in the supply chain? Claudia Brasse from the German company Wilo SE tells us more about this. Jannik Struss from our partner organisation UPJ in Germany has interviewed her.

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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.

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