We are committed to respecting and protecting human rights as defined in the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights. These include universal human rights such as freedom of thought, opinion, expression, religion and the right to assemble peacefully, as well as freedom from any discrimination based on gender, age, ethnicity, race, nationality, family ties, religion, political opinion, trade union affiliation, disability, sexual orientation or other similar aspects relating to a person.
We acknowledge our responsibility to address human rights issues in our value chain. This entails a commitment to identify and prevent any harm caused to people, conduct continuous human rights due diligence, and in a case a breaches, to put things right. Our human rights work is based on the UN Guiding Principles of Human Rights and Business and is guided by our Code of Conduct and its associated policies, rules and guidelines. We expect a similar commitment from our suppliers and third parties, as defined in our Supplier and Third-Party Code.