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8 Nov 2015

Global Business Initiative on Human Rights (GBI) & Clifford Chance

Briefing on key elements of existing Natl. Action Plans on business & human rights

GBI has collaborated with Clifford Chance to publish a briefing for business on the development of National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights (NAPs). This briefing identifies key recent developments relevant to the business community; identifies ‘States to watch’ that are currently developing NAPs; and highlights relevant trends as well as opportunities for business to engage in NAP-development processes. It also provides an overview of the key features of published NAPs...

[Sections include: "What do you need to know?... Expectations of business... Guidance and support available to business... Policies and legislative action... Reporting and transparency... State-owned entities... Overseas investment... States’ commercial transactions and procurement... Sector and geography... Government policy coherence... Access to remedy... How should business respond to these developments?"]