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Webinar “Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence: A Definite Plan for an Uncertain Future”

Sustainability is a crucial aspect of corporate strategy in today’s business world. The European Union’s Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD) is helping to guide companies on how to become more responsible. Its influence is already evident across Europe and beyond, transforming corporate practices. That is why the European Business Association invites you to join the webinar “Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence: A Definite Plan for an Uncertain Future”.


  • Olena Uvarova, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Head of the International Lab on BHR at Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, Co-President of the Global Business and Human Rights Scholars Association, MSCA4Ukraine Postdoc, Research Coordinator at Wageningen University, the Netherlands.

Points for discussion:

  • CSDDD (EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive): the future that came yesterday. How has the yet-to-be-adopted CSDDD already affected businesses in Europe and beyond? Its main requirements and prospects for their implementation.
  • Due diligence in supply chains: practices developed by German, Dutch, French, and other European businesses. Their experience and helpful advice for us. Experience with Ukrainian companies and useful tips for European companies.
  • Implementation of due diligence in your company is not a matter of starting from scratch. Due diligence is an integral component of the company’s work and the search for development points.

The event was organized with the support of the International Renaissance Foundation and the European Union within the framework of the joint initiative “European Renaissance of Ukraine.” The material represents the position of the authors and does not necessarily reflect the position of the International Renaissance Foundation and the European Union.

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