Our fight for strict supply chain laws is going into the next round.

Last spring, the EU Parliament paved the way for a due diligence law requiring corporations to assume responsibility for their supply chains. We sent over 2'500 postcards to Ursula von der Leyen, asking her to push the European Commission for a robust due diligence law. That's just what she did, and the law is nearly at the finish line.

Negotiations are currently underway between the EU Council, Parliament, Commission and the individual member states. Join us once again in pressuring decision-makers by sending them an Angry Gorilla postcard. The message is clear: They need to push for the supply chain law to be adopted as quickly as possible, with no compromises.

Incidentally, the due diligence law also affects Switzerland. If it is passed, Switzerland will soon be the only country in Europe without laws on corporate social responsibility. Once that happens, perhaps Swiss policymakers will take action! What's more, the law will also apply to large Swiss companies that generate sales in the EU.


Send your Angry Gorilla postcard to German Chancellor Olaf Scholz or the Austrian Federal Minister of Labour and Economy, Martin Kocher. Each of them has a key negotiating position in the decision-making process in their respective countries.

What we have achieved so far

1 JUNE 2023
The EU Parliament voted in favour of the proposed supply chain law by a clear margin. This represented a major step forward for the proposal. But it didn't mean that it was a done deal.

31 MAY 2023

Together, we sent a total of 2'570 postcards to Brussels. Talk about sending a strong message!

25 APRIL 2023
The European Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs approved the draft EU supply chain law. A key milestone was reached!

This year, many of our customers bought an Angry Gorilla instead of an Easter Bunny. Ursula von der Leyen received over 1'700 postcards with creative photos and designs featuring our gorilla.

24 MARCH 2023
We paid a visit to the European Parliament in Brussels and took the Angry Gorilla WITH US.

MARCH 2023
On angry-gorilla.com, we asked you to send a postcard to Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission. We needed her to push for the European Commission to adopt a proposal for a due diligence law.

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