Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD)

Keeping in line with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, members of the Human Rights Coalition are committed to achieving 100% human rights due diligence (HRDD) coverage in their priority own operations by 2025 to address forced labour risks. 

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Palm Oil

Due to the global prevalence of palm oil production, HRC recognise the high potential for human rights abuses in their supply chains if they are purchasers of palm oil. As such, members have launched the People Positive Palm Project designed to drive collaboration between consumer goods companies and palm oil suppliers in Malaysia to address the issue of forced labour in the Malaysian palm oil sector.

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Responsible Recruitment and Employment

Responsible recruitment and employment are essential principles for businesses to uphold in order to address, remedy, and prevent risks for forced labour. HRC members are working to ensure workers in their own operations and supply chains are responsibly recruited and employed by implementing and improving human rights due diligence (HRDD) systems throughout the value chain, as well as advocating for stronger legislative enabling environments to protect the rights of workers.

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Collaboration and Engagement

Eradicating forced labour is a task that no one person, company, or organisation can achieve by acting alone. The Human Rights Coalition is committed to engaging with key stakeholders to best develop its approach and implement it with the greatest impact, building on the CGF’s rich history of cross-sector engagement on this issue.

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