- EU to decide on new rules to stop corporate abuse0.13 MB
The EU is set to agree on new rules to make companies accountable for the damage they cause to people and the planet: the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD).
The Council of the EU (representatives from the 27 EU countries), the European Parliament and the European Commission are currently discussing the Council’s and Parliament’s proposals to find an agreement on the law’s final text (referred to as trialogues)
Read Oxfam EU's media briefing which breaks down the rules and what EU lawmakers need to do make them stronger.
Paper by Oxfam