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French Corporate Duty of Vigilance Law - Frequently Asked Questions

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Why is the French duty of vigilance law an important step in making business accountable?

Which risks on society and business sectors are covered under the law?

Is the French law the only attempt to embed human rights due diligence into national or European legislation?

ECCJ has developed a French Corporate Duty of Vigilance Law FAQ to answer these questions and more.

It provides a brief guide to what is the most effective response to date to the existing business and human rights governance gaps.

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