More than ever, we need Members of the European Parliament to deliver justice in global supply chains.
At the end of May, they will vote their final position on the Corporate Sustainability and Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD), which has the potential to make companies accountable for human rights abuses and environmental damages throughout their value chains. This is a unique chance to create a legal tool that protects all of us from climate catastrophe, prevents tragedies for workers and protects communities from corporate abuse.
But we’re not out of the woods yet. On issues such as climate, access to justice, and corporate accountability, the text is still at risk of getting weakened.
So get to Twitter and tell your MEP why you want them to deliver a solid law for justice across the globe.