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LONDON - Social auditing companies should be subject to new mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence legislation, according to a new briefing from the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC).

The report claims that social audit failings are common, with dangerous factory conditions and widespread abuse well documented in workplaces which have compliance statements from social audit firms.

New due diligence laws in countries like Germany and France, and similar legislation planned by the European Union, would make companies legally responsible for human rights and environmental breaches in their supply chains.

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