Push for Asean to tighten human rights due diligence for cross-border financing of agribusiness 

December 1, 2022 EcoVadis EN

Research finds that financial institutions in the region are largely silent on conflicts over land rights. Most do not consider, in their lending and investment practices, whether women farm workers are treated unequally or if general labour conditions are fair.

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