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Australia: Business and Human Rights: Some Questions and Answers for Business Lawyers

Author: John Keeves, Law Council of Australia, Published on: 31 December 2015

...In Australia, awareness of Business and Human Rights as an emerging issue for lawyers and clients is very low, albeit with a few notable exceptions. The purpose of this [article] is to provide an overview and introduction of Business and Human Rights for business lawyers to try to address that lack of awareness.

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