The Netherlands and Germany are leading the way with multi-stakeholder covenants to tackle human rights in the garment and finance industries

The international attention paid to the Netherlands has not been too flattering of late. A referendum initiated by the populist far-right last year threw a spanner in the works of the EU-Ukraine association agreement, while the "Dutch sandwich" corporate tax avoidance scheme, partner in crime to the Double Irish,...

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