The American Bar Association (ABA) Business Law Section Working Group undertook an extensive project to help buyers and suppliers redesign their contracts to better protect human rights in supply chains, with a focus on a cooperative approach with shared responsibility.

This toolkit provides an overview of the ABA Model Contract Clauses (Versio n 2.0) (MCCs). We are not seeking to reproduce the clauses or guidance notes here, but simply to guide Mekong Club members to the relevant sections of the MCCs and related materials and highlight some of the key provisions.

Model Contract Clauses To Protect Workers In International Supply Chains - Mekong Club, 2023 DOWNLOAD

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