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27 Nov 2017

Michael Quayle, Thomas Voland & Emily Holland, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

UN Forum on Business & Human Rights - Day One Recap

[Note: This piece was also published as part of the UN Forum blog series here.]

The focus of this year’s forum is the so-called “forgotten pillar,” or Pillar III of the UNGP, which addresses the need for states and business to ensure access to effective remedy for human rights abuses...

Select takeaways from today’s sessions are as follows:

Increasing interaction between Legal and CSR teams [...]

Transparency is critical [...]

Responsible advertising [...]

Focus on complaints procedures [...]

Access to remedy in the digital age [...]

Proposed “Geneva digital convention”