Businesses are increasingly required to implement human rights due diligence processes and/or to report on how they manage human rights-related issues. In their third joint briefing, The Global Business Initiative on Human Rights and Clifford Chance consider these developments, focusing on what companies need to know to position themselves to navigate the changing legal landscape.

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