L’Oréal’s Human Rights Report 2024

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"As a company, we are aware that we can have an impact on people, communities and the planet, and it is our collective responsibility, to work towards respecting human rights"

Nicolas Hieronimus, CEO of L’Oréal Groupe

L’Oréal’s Human Rights Report 2024

L’Oréal is committed to respecting Human Rights, in line with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs). Transparency and reporting on our successes and challenges in implementing this commitment are key to embedding the principles into our business.

This Human Rights-dedicated report describes our key achievements to date and objectives to further respect and promote Human Rights, with a focus on our salient Human Rights risks.

While this is the Group’s first dedicated report, it has been working towards better embedding Human Rights in our business and value chain for a long time.

Consultations with internal stakeholders have been undertaken in the writing of this report to ensure that it best reflects L’Oréal’s Human Rights progress and challenges. We also consulted external stakeholders, including civil society organisations, Human Rights experts and peers, who were able to share their feedback on L’Oréal’s approach to Human Rights anonymously.

This report complements our Group’s reporting obligations and policies made publicly available, by providing further details on how we identify and address our salient issues. Over the last few years, we published our Human Rights Policy (2017), Employee Human Rights Policy (2020) and Mutual Ethical Commitment Letter with suppliers (2021).

Feedback is Welcome

L’Oréal is keen to receive feedback from internal and external stakeholders. If you wish to share feedback or would like to discuss this report, please reach out to [email protected].

It you wish to bring up any Human Rights related issue, please use the L’Oréal Speak Up channels, in line with our Speak Up Policy which describes how reports are handled by the Group.

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