The updated version of the Human Rights Due Diligence and COVID-19 Rapid Self-Assessment for Business tool designed in collaboration with UNICEF is now available online.

Since the publication of the first version in April, the tool has been translated into 11 languages and used by more than a 100 companies and organizations. The updated tool offers 58 human rights due diligence actions for business to consider during the COVID-19 pandemic recovery period and beyond, with more recommendations on women’s and children’s rights.

Download you copy here.

 

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