IKEA supports EU legislation on Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence
On 24 January 2021, Inter IKEA Group, together with 11 companies from the Nordic Business Network for Human Rights, signed a joint statement supporting EU legislation on mandatory human rights due diligence regulation.
In the statement, all signatories share considerations for the design of such legislation based on their collective experience conducting human rights due diligence across the many sectors and geographies in which they operate.
At IKEA, we believe that supporting the joint statement is very much aligned with our commitments and ambitions to be a part of creating a more fair and equal society. We believe that progressive legislation can not only support business integration of respect of human rights but also enable sustainable business growth and development in society.
We know that respecting human rights and ultimately creating a positive impact in society will not be done by us alone. We welcome the opportunity to work closely with other stakeholders towards these goals, contributing to a better everyday life where all people’s rights are respected.
Read the full statement from Nordic Business Network for Human Rights here.
For more information on our view on forced labour click here.
 Thematic UN human rights conventions and other ILO conventions include the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families.
Nordic business network for human rights supports EU legislation on mandatory human rights due diligence
The IKEA view on the EU Sustainable Corporate Governance Initiative