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Towards EU Legislation on Human Rights Due Diligence: Case Study of the Garment and Textile Sector

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Angelica Dziedzic
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Ccline Leliivre
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Jonathan Povilonis
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Paige Morrow
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This study assesses the legal feasibility of a EU instrument that would impose mandatory human rights due diligence (“HRDD”) requirements on companies in the garment and textile sector. The proposal serves as an example of a sector-specific approach to HRDD requirements, and could be modified to develop similar proposals in other sectors. The study also illustrates the differences between a sector-specific and a cross-sectoral approach by highlighting the implications of each in the following areas: legal bases, personal scope, and requirements and enforcement.
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hal-01970725 , version 1 (05-01-2019)

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Angelica Dziedzic, Ccline Leliivre, Jonathan Povilonis, Alberto Alemanno, Paige Morrow. Towards EU Legislation on Human Rights Due Diligence: Case Study of the Garment and Textile Sector. 2017. ⟨hal-01970725⟩
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