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Event summary: Business & Human Rights: Bridging the Governance Gap

Author: Chatham House, Published on: 13 November 2015

This is a summary of an event held by the International Law Programme at Chatham House on trends likely to emerge in the field of business and human rights over the next decade.  The meeting coincided with the publication of a Chatham House research paper by Dr Jolyon Ford…Mark Hodge began the panel discussion by addressing the definition of ‘respect’ in the context of the second pillar of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) and the role of business self-regulation…Phil Bloomer focused his remarks on current obstacles regarding the third pillar of the UNGPs, access to remedy…Professor Sheldon Leader concluded the panel’s presentations with an overview of where business and human rights may be heading…

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