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The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: An Introduction
 
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Businesses impact human rights wherever, and however, they operate. In 2011, the UN issued a set of guidelines defining who's responsible for addressing these impacts. So what do these principles say, and why are they a big deal?
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UN Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights: What Lawyers Should Know
 
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A live web-streamed program on corporate social responsibility, ethics and lawyers, first broadcast on Wednesday, June 6, 2012. Featuring Sarah Altschuller, Foley Hoag Martha Davis, Northeastern University School of Law Michael Greco, Chair, ABA Center for Human Rights and former ABA President (introductory remarks) Chris Jochnick, Oxfam America (moderator) John Sherman, General Counsel of Shift Co-sponsored by The American Bar Association's Center for Human Rights Northeastern University School of Law's Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy Columbia Law School's Human Rights Institute
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Professor John Ruggie Presents Business and Human Rights Framework
 
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Professor John Ruggie, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General gives a presentation on human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises. His "protect, respect and remedy" framework lays the foundations of a system for better managing business and human rights challenges based on distinct yet complementary responsibilities for States and corporations and effective remedy in case of abuse. At the invitation of the Multinational Enterprises Subcommittee of the Governing Body, Professor Ruggie shares insights on further steps towards putting into operation and promoting the framework, and implications for the ILO. ** Presentación del Profesor John Ruggie sobre la cuestión de los derechos humanos y las empresas transnacionales. ** Le Professeur John Ruggie discute un cadre pour les entreprises et les droits de l'homme.
United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
 
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On 16 June 2011, the United Nations Human Rights Council endorsed the Guiding Principles for the Implementation of the UN "Protect, Respect and Remedy" Framework. The UN Guiding Principles, provide an authoritative global standard for preventing and addressing the risk of adverse impacts on human rights linked to business activity. The Guiding Principles clarify the meaning of the corporate responsibility to respect human rights, which is also a key component of Global Compact Principle 1, which calls on business to support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights. Reference: http://www.unglobalcompact.org/ Reference: (excellent document on guiding principles) http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Publications/GuidingPrinciplesBusinessHR_EN.pdf Created at http://www.b2bwhiteboard.com
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5 Years of Guidelines of Business and Human Rights
 
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The European Union has the potential to be an international game-changer when it comes to business and human rights. The landmark UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) were adopted five years ago and provide the EU with important tools to achieve business respect for human rights. Despite the overall commitment to the UNGPs by the EU member states, there is still much to do to improve their implementation.
Views: 1272 SOMO Researcher
Human rights and business
 
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Businesses can have an impact on people's human rights in many different ways. Our animation looks at how business interact with human rights and the business benefits of taking human rights into account.
The financial sector and the UN Guiding Principles - UN Forum on Business and Human Rights
 
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2013 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, 2-4 December Financial sector: Towards greater clarity on how the UN Guiding Principles apply? Multistakeholder panel followed by interventions from the floor Chaired by Bennett Freeman, Calvert Investments Multistakeholder panel • Roel Nieuwenkamp, OECD • Liselotte Arni, UBS • Daniel Schydlowsky, Peruvian Superintendency of Banking, Insurance and Private Pension Fund Administrators Commentators: • Pierre Habbard, Global Unions Committee on Workers Capital • Andreas Missbach, BankTrack Expected outcome: Identify key trends of applying the UN Guiding Principles to the financial sector, the key challenges ahead for ensuring effective implementation of the UN Guiding Principles in the sector, and steps to be taken by States, business enterprises and others
Views: 267 UN Human Rights
Due Diligence - Business and Human Rights
 
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To find out more about Business and Human Rights please visit our elearning courses at http://learning.humanrights.dk/course/view.php?id=9 This video is produced for GANHRI - Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions by The Danish Institute for Human Rights. The video has been produced as part on af e-learning project supported by the European Union. The consent in this animation can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.
Protect, Respect and Remedy: Advancing human rights in business
 
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An infomercial on the United Nations Guiding Principles (UNGP) on Business and Human Rights The video is an introduction to the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (also known as the Ruggie Framework, or the "Protect, Respect and Remedy" Framework). It features personalities from various sectors in the Philippines: Max de Mesa of Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates, Ramon del Rosario Jr. of Makati Business Club, former Chair Loretta Ann Rosales of the Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines, and Teddy Brawner Baguilat of the House of Representatives. They talk about the State's duty to protect and the business sector's duty to respect human rights, as well as the remedies should these rights be violated in the course of doing business. The production of this infomercial was supported by ICCO.
Views: 963 Dodie Lucas
Uphold human rights in businesses
 
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By upholding human rights businesses can build sustained prosperity. The UN Forum on Business and Human Rights brought together more than 2,500 representatives of business, government and civil society for three days of open, frank and constructive dialogue. The forum took place on 27-29 November.
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HRA Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
 
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Welcome to Episode 76 of the VLOG! This week we discuss the Human Rights at Sea document on implementing the UN"s Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in the Maritime Industry. There are a number of great discussion points HRAS has put forward for businesses in the maritime industry to consider. UN Guiding Principles Document: https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Publications/GuidingPrinciplesBusinessHR_EN.pdf HRAS Talking Points: https://www.humanrightsatsea.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/HRAS-IMHR2018-Business-and-Human-Rights-Key-Facts.pdf Connect with Us and Join the Conversation! Our homepage https://imsa.global Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaritimeAlerts Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IMSAglobal/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/6422327/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/111056053287178132316/?pageId=111056053287178132316
Views: 21 IMSA Global
How to use the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in company research and advocacy?
 
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Short introduction to the guide that can be downloaded at https://www.somo.nl/how-to-use-the-un-guiding-principles-on-business-and-human-rights-in-company-research-and-advocacy-2/
Views: 399 SOMO Researcher
Forum on Business and Human Rights: Capacity building on the Guiding Principles - Part 1
 
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Developing an Agenda for Comprehensive Capacity Building on Implementation of the Guiding Principles - Part 1
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UN Human Rights Chief's statement on Business and Human Rights
 
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Video statement by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein the fourth United Nations Forum on Business and Human Rights.
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Corporate governance and the UN Guiding Principles - UN Forum on Business and Human Rights
 
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2013 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, 2-4 December Parallel panel: Corporate governance and the UN Guiding Principles Multistakeholder panel followed by interventions from the floor Chaired by Vanessa Zimmerman, Rio Tinto Multistakeholder panel • Hiroshi Ishida, Caux Roundtable, Japan • Hans Petter Graver, Norwegian National Contact Point on the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development Guidelines for multi-national enterprises • Armando Tripodi, Petrobras Commentators: • Laura Ceresna-Chaturvedi, Cividep • Joane Goddard, Aviva Public Limited Company Expected outcome: Identify and evaluate key corporate management and controls systems as channels for effective implementation of the second pillar of the UN Guiding Principles; examine innovative tools and approaches by State regulators, investors, civil society and affected stakeholders for assessing the effectiveness of corporate human rights performance; and evaluate points of convergence and key remaining challenges for integrating human rights due diligence into business practice and external oversight http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/Business/Forum/Pages/2013ForumonBusinessandHumanRights.aspx
Views: 722 UN Human Rights
Unilever's approach to implementing the UN Guiding principles on Business and Human Rights
 
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John Ruggie, Berthold Beitz Professor in Human Rights and International Affairs at Harvard University, gives his view on Unilever's approach to human rights.
Views: 3767 Unilever
Multistakeholder initiatives and the UN Guiding Principles - UN Forum on Business and Human Rights
 
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2013 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, 2-4 December Parallel panel: Multistakeholder initiatives as drivers of good practice of UN Guiding Principles implementation? Multistakeholder panel followed by interventions from the floor Chaired by Michael Posner, New York University Business School Multistakeholder panel • Peter McAllister, Ethical Trade Initiative • Philip Jennings, UNI Global Union • Amelia Evans, Harvard Law School Institute for Multi-Stakeholder Initiative Integrity Commentators: • Anne-Marie Buzatu, Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces • Mark Hodge, Global Business Initiative Expected outcome: Identify lessons of how multistakeholder initiatives may help advance implementation of the UN Guiding Principles, opportunities for progress, and actions to be taken by States, business enterprises and other stakeholders
Views: 388 UN Human Rights
Forum on Business and Human Rights: Session on the Guiding Principles and conflict situations
 
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Forum on Business and Human Rights: Challenges to implementing the Guiding Principles in conflict situations
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The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
 
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Presentation on Business and Human Rights focusing on the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (Pillar 2: Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights) Presentor: Atty. Mario Maderasa from the Commission of Human Rights Held at the 2nd session of the Executive Dialogue: Implementing LGBT Inclusion in Asia held at the Marco Polo Hotel in Ortigas Center, Pasig City- January 24, 2017
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The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (Asser Winter Academy 2019)
 
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As the field of business and human rights grows, more and more dialogue, debate, and teaching is needed to improve the quality of doing business. The Winter Academy offers the opportunity to learn and grow in this field by investigating the many ways in which business can thrive while protecting the environment and respecting human rights. It equips a new generation of professionals with the necessary theoretical and practical skills to do business right. The one-week academy will feature high level academic lecturers who are currently shaping the scholarly debates on business and human rights and practitioners with a hands-on experience in the field. It is suitable for lawyers, NGO activists, corporate advisers, government officials and researchers. Why is it important? After the adoption of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in 2011, new national laws are being adopted, new corporate codes are being drafted, and a new international treaty is being negotiated to define and regulate the responsibilities of businesses for human rights. The Academy will help participants develop an understanding of soft and hard, legal and non-legal accountability mechanisms through numerous interactive sessions that provide the opportunity to apply theoretical insights to various concrete case studies. For the full programme and to register for the Winter Academy click here: http://www.asser.nl/education-events/events/?id=3032
Implementing the UN Guiding Principles in agribusiness - UN Forum on Business and Human Rights
 
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2013 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, 2-4 December Parallel panel: Implementing the UN Guiding Principles in agribusiness Multistakeholder panel followed by interventions from the floor Chaired by Daira Gómes, Fundación Centro de Gestión Technológica et Informática Industrial Multistakeholder panel • Nirun Phitakwatchara , Thailand Human Rights Commission • Rafael Maldonado, Centro de Acción Legal --Ambiental y Social de Guatemala • Christian Frutiger, Nestlé Commentators • Vladimir Evtimov, FAO • Ylva Stiller, Syngenta Expected outcome: Identify key challenges and opportunities for implementation of the UN Guiding Principles in the agribusiness sector, current implementation practices, and steps to be taken by States, business and others
Views: 324 UN Human Rights
Ryerson University Conference on UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
 
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On May 8, 2014, a one day conference was held at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada, organized around the question of whether a Canadian strategy should be developed to implement the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and if so, what should be the next steps. The full video archive of the conference, as well as the conference agenda, powerpoint presentations, and background information regarding the speakers is accessible at: http://ryerson.ca/csrinstitute/busine... This video was the result of collaboration between faculty members and journalism students from Ryerson University. The film was produced by: Dr. Kernaghan Webb, Associate Professor, Department of Law and Business, Ted Rogers School of Management. Film team coordinator: Andrei Iovu, PhD student, Policy Studies. Shot by: Anna-Kaye Evans, undergraduate student, School of Journalism; Jeanie Tran, graduate student, School of Journalism; David Chen, graduate student, School of Journalism; Jasmine Husain, undergraduate student, School of Journalism; and Brian Boase, Media Services. Edited by: Anna-Kaye Evans, undergraduate student, School of Journalism and Jeanie Tran, graduate student, School of Journalism.
Views: 490 Jeanie Tran
Forum on Business and Human Rights: Capacity building on the Guiding Principles - Part 2
 
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Developing an Agenda for Comprehensive Capacity Building on Implementation of the Guiding Principles - Part 2
Views: 87 UN Human Rights
Responsible supply chain management and the UN Guiding Principles - UN Forum on BHR
 
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2013 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, 2-4 December 2013 Parallel panel: Responsible supply chain management in alignment with the UN Guiding Principles Multistakeholder panel followed by interventions from the floor Chair: Margaret Jungk, UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights Multistakeholder panel • Simon Steyne, International Labour Organization • Marcela Manubens, Unilever • Greg Asbed, Coalition of Immokalee Workers Commentators: • Jenny Holdcroft, IndustriAll • Liang Xiaohui, China National Textile and Apparel Council and Peking University Expected outcome: Identify examples of good business practice, opportunities for multistakeholder solutions, opportunities for aligning practices with the UN Guiding Principles, and steps to be taken by States, business and others to ensure effective implementation of the duty to protect and the responsibility to respect human rights in supply chains
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Business Forum 2015: Government's responsibility to protect
 
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The UN Guiding principles on business and human rights has been described as a game changer in the pharmaceutical industry. Erol Kiresepi the Chief Executive of Santa Farma Pharmaceuticals spoke at this years Business and Human Rights Forum.
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World Trade Webcast ep. 129: Guiding Principles For Business And Human Rights
 
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See the guiding principals behind the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights. More Information: Business & Human Rights Resource Center Obama at Open Government Partnership Meeting
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Security and human rights: Aligning key standards with the UN Guiding Principles - UN Forum on BHR
 
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2013 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, 2-4 December Parallel panel: Security and human rights: Aligning key standards with the UN Guiding Principles Multistakeholder panel followed by interventions from the floor Chaired by Gare Smith, Foley Hoag LLP Multistakeholder panel • Claude Wild, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs • Mark Wall, Barrick Gold Corporation • Egbert G.Ch. Wesselink, IKV Pax Christi Commentators: • Abiodun Baiyewu, Global Rights, Nigeria • Francisco Lloreda, Office of the President, Colombia Expected outcome: Identify the contributions and challenges of multistakeholder initiatives such as the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights in preventing and addressing adverse business human rights impacts in complex environments, key practical human rights due diligence measures and ways to ensure effective remedy for human rights abuses in such contexts, and opportunities for strengthened accountability and alignment between key relevant standards and the UN Guiding Principles.
Views: 607 UN Human Rights
Forum on Business and Human Rights: The Guiding Principles and New Audiences - Part 1
 
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Forum on Business and Human Rights, Geneva, 4-5 December 2012 The Guiding Principles and New Audiences Part 1 The Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights - Challenges and Opportunities: Perspectives from Global Compact Participants and Civil Society.
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Business and Human Rights
 
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A discussion of the UN's "Protect-Respect-Remedy Framework" for companies and governments addressing human rights issues.
Business and  Human Rights 2018
 
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Businesses urged to assume their responsibility to respect human rights. The annual United Nations Forum on Business and Human Rights in Geneva on Tuesday (27 Nov), on its seventh year running, has this year attracted more than 2,500 people from business, civil society and government.
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Why Should Your Company Care About Human Rights?
 
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A human rights scandal in your supply chain could have profound impacts on your business. This video helps companies identify human rights challenges and provides a few first steps for how to manage them. For more information, see the handbook produced to accompany this video: http://www.econsense.de/sites/all/files/Handbuch_Einkauf_En.pdf
Views: 2786 Mike Baab
Promoting the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights through regional forums
 
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The first annual Forum on Business and Human Rights involved over 1,000 participants from more than 80 countries across all relevant stakeholder groups. In the lead up to the second annual Forum on Business and Human Rights, taking place from 2 to 4 December, the UN Human Rights Office hosted its second Google + Hangout on Business and Human Rights on Monday, 18 November at 4.30 pm CET: http://google.com/+unitednationshumanrights Take part in the conversation via Twitter, Google+ and Facebook using #BusinessForum! The Hangout focused on the potential of OHCHR's regional forums on Business and Human Rights to raise awareness of business and human rights issues, promote good practices on the ground, and contribute to global efforts to implement the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. The Google+ Hangout was moderated by Lene Wendland, the Adviser on Business and Human Rights at the UN Human Rights Office (OHCHR). Participants: Patricia Nyaundi, Secretary of Kenya's National Commission on Human Rights, and Jorge Daniel Taillant, Executive Director of the Center for Human Rights and Environment (CEDHA).
Forum on Business and Human Rights: Session on the Guiding Principles and the role of public finance
 
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Forum on Business and Human Rights, Geneva 4-5 December 2012 The Role of Public Finance in Advancing Implementation of the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
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John Ruggie the UN Secretary-General's Special Representative for Business and Human Rights
 
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John Ruggie Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General explains the new Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. The Principles, designed to prevent human rights abuses related to business activities, were endorsed by the UN Human Rights Council on 16 June 2011.
Views: 3037 UN Human Rights
PM affirms commitment to UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
 
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The Thai Prime Minister has expressed confidence that the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights will benefit businesses in the long run and align with the government's sustainable development goals.///
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Human Rights at Sea Videos - IMHR 2016 - UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights
 
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International Maritime Human Rights conference 2016 - UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights - Margaret Wachenfeld - Institute of Business and Human Rights For more info: www.humanrightsatsea.org / www.mar-rights.com
Business and Human Rights Forum: Ensure corporate respect for human rights
 
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Business and Human Rights Forum 2017: Calls for more advocacy on human rights in business sectors, human rights experts reiterated that placing respect for human rights is at heart of new business models to ensure sustainable global supply chains.
Views: 232 UN Human Rights
Forum on Business and Human Rights: Taking Stock of the Business Responsibility to Respect - Part 1
 
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Forum on Business and Human Rights, Geneva 4-5 December 2012 Taking Stock 1 1/2 Years After the Guiding Principles: The Business Responsibility to Respect Human Rights Part 1
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Human Rights challenges in business
 
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Human rights challenges in different sectors & what companies need to do to address them"
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Forum on Business and Human Rights: Access to judicial remedy
 
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Forum on Business and Human Rights: Session on the access to judicial remedy
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Defining Guiding Principles for Your Business
 
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It's important that you create Guiding Principles as a way to help prospects, clients, and staff understand the culture of your company, how you operate, and how you do your work.
Options for effective human rights reporting - UN Forum on Business and Human Rights
 
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2013 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, 2-4 December Parallel panel: Options for effective human rights reporting Multistakeholder panel followed by interventions from the floor Chaired by Richard Howitt, European Parliament Multistakeholder panel • Andrea Pradilla, Colombian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism, on behalf of the Group of Friends of Paragraph 47, Rio + 20 • Scott Busby, Government of the United States of America • Teresa Fogelberg, Global Reporting Initiative Commentators: • Caroline Rees, Shift • Amol Mehra, International Corporate Accountability Roundtable Expected outcome: Identify current forms of Government-introduced human rights reporting for business and how they work, assess how current non-financial reporting initiatives are aligning with the UN Guiding principles and how company reporting standards for human rights can be made effective, and identify steps to be taken by States, business enterprises and other stakeholders.
Views: 443 UN Human Rights
The Business and Human Rights forum - 2015 opens
 
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The annual Business Forum and Human Rights opened Monday 16 bringing together more than 2,000 delegates drawn from various sectors, including, private companies, civil society organisations, governments and international organisations. The annual event is organised by the UN Human Rights Office. The forum heard about the profound impact business can have, both positive and negative, on human rights. Companies can contribute to the economic growth of a country - and yet company activities can also – directly or indirectly - destroy livelihoods, exploit workers or displace communities. The Forum will discuss the best practices based on the UN Guiding Principles launched in 2011 - See more at: http://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/ForumBHR2015.aspx#sthash.zocmdlE9.dpuf
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Business and Women's Human Rights: CEDAW, UNGP and WEP
 
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IWRAW Asia Pacific presents Business and Women's Human Rights: CEDAW, UNGP and WEP. This video gives the introduction of applicable humans rights frameworks when dealing with corporations or businesses (private sector) for the promotion of gender equality and women's empowerment in the workplace. This video is part 1 out of 5. CEDAW: Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women UNGP: United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights WEP: Women's Empowerment Principles This video is made possible with the support of Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
Corporate governance and the UN Guiding Principles - UN Forum on Business and Human Rights
 
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The second pillar of the UN Guiding Principles places substantial emphasis on internal corporate governance. The responsibility to respect human rights requires business to develop, implement, and verify internal policies and procedures to avoid causing or contributing to adverse human rights impacts, either in their own activities or by linkage through their business relationships. Those policies and procedures extend to all company functions and implicate a range of business processes. The UN Guiding Principles thus establish key parameters for business to demonstrate how they meet their responsibility to respect. They also provide benchmarks for other stakeholders, including affected stakeholders, investors, civil society, and government regulators, to assess the effectiveness of businesses' human rights governance structures and performance. Guiding questions for the panel: What lessons can be learned from existing firm management and internal control systems for identifying, assessing, and measuring actual and potential human rights impacts? How can those processes be effectively integrated into broader governance frameworks? How are regulators requiring or incentivizing the integration of human rights into corporate governance? What tools have been innovated by civil society organizations to assess corporate human rights performance? How are investors attributing value and cost to implementing human rights policies and procedures? Laura Ceresna-Chaturvedi from Cividep India was invited as a commentator to respond to these questions. Watch complete video -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46xT08SJ5QU
Views: 178 Cividep
Implementing the UN Guiding Principles in the employment and recruitment sector - UN Forum on BHR
 
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2013 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, 2-4 December Parallel panel: Implementing the UN Guiding Principles in the employment and recruitment sector Multistakeholder panel followed by interventions from the floor Chaired by John Morrison, Institute for Human Rights and Business Multistakeholder panel • Nick Forster, FSI Worldwide • Juliette de Rivero, Human Rights Watch • Fred van Haasteren, International Confederation of Private Employment Services Federation Commentators: • Rachel Davis, Shift • Felipe Burgueño, Center for Labor Reflection and Action (CEREAL) Expected outcome: Identify key challenges and opportunities for implementing the State duty to protect and the business responsibility to respect human rights in the employment and recruitment sector domain, effective legal and policy measures for States, good practice and policy options for business actors, and steps to be taken by States, business and others
Views: 350 UN Human Rights

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