The Group operates in countries where businesses’ exposure to human rights violations is limited. Consequently, the Group does not conduct any activities, liaise or contract with business partners or suppliers in countries considered high-risk in terms of human rights abuses. Therefore, there is no separate formal human rights policy. However, Agromino is respecting human rights and supports the UN Global Compact principles for human rights and labour. The rights include the rights covered in the International Bill of Human Rights and the principles concerning fundamental rights set out in the International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. In 2018 there were no registrations of violations of human rights or incidents of discrimination reported.