Join the ECCHR and the Essex Business and Human Rights Project for an update and discussion of the proposed German supply chain due diligence law featuring some of the leading thinkers and actors in Business and Human Rights in Germany.
Bringing together civil society, legal practitioners, academia, and business-minded consultants, this panel will offer a variety of perspectives that should further our understanding of the current status of the law, what we can reasonably hope for the future, and what we should (un)reasonably demand to ensure progress and accountability.
Moderated by: Dr Tara Van Ho and Dr Anil Yilmaz, co-Directors of the Essex Business and Human Rights Project, University of Essex School of Law and Human Rights Centre.
To join this event online, please register here.
The event will be accessible via Zoom. Please make sure you have created a Zoom account in advance of joining this event. If you are a University of Essex staff member or student, please follow the instructions on how to create an account.
You can view our last rapid response event On Emissaries and Control: Corporate accountability in the aftermath of the Shell litigation UK/NL on our YouTube channel.