A group of civil society organistions welcomes the European Commission’s proposed directive on Unfair Trading Practices (UTPs). This directive represents a valuable opportunity to tackle UTPs across the Union and ensure that food supply chains work for everyone. However, there is still significant room for improvement. The main recommendations in this respect are outlined in a joint briefing for European policy makers.
Transparency in the orange juice supply chain from Albert Heijn and Refresco
Greenpeace, FIDH, OECD Watch and SOMO welcome the release of the Zero Draft and the Draft Optional Protocol. This new step in the treaty process marks a milestone in longstanding efforts of communities and workers…
This week, we have witnessed a landmark moment in the UN Human Rights Council. States have begun negotiating the text of the UN treaty on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human…
Today civil society groups from the EU member states have gathered at the UN in Geneva to support the Intergovernmental Working Group tasked with developing a binding instrument to ensure that businesses respect human rights….