Human Rights Due Diligence
Human rights due diligence (HRDD) in companies, as laid down in the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act (LkSG), is based on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. The LkSG has made the implementation of human rights due diligence in the supply chain a central instrument for social sustainability and many companies are currently faced with the question of how to implement the LkSG.
corsus accompanies and advises your company throughout the entire process of implementing human rights due diligence according to the LkSG:
- We conduct a risk analysis for your supply chains with you.
- We accompany you in the implementation of human rights due diligence management in your risk management system.
- We work with you to develop solutions and measures to minimise the identified human rights risks, we show you transparently how you can contribute to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relevant to human rights by implementing human rights due diligence.
Human rights due diligence in business – well advised by corsus
Public institutions can use their strong market power to promote environmentally and socially responsible production and set an example for sustainable private consumption. In some product areas, it is already evident that the market is responding to changing demand and that living and working conditions along the supply chain are improving in concrete ways. Public procurement is thus a key factor for sustainable development to focus on human rights, environmental responsibility and solidarity in global supply chains, especially in today’s times. corsus supports fair sustainable procurement in municipalities.