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[DOC] Business & Human Rights Guidance for Bar Associations

This Business and Human Rights Guidance for Bar Associations is intended to encourage bar associations around the world to improve the understanding of the relevance of business and human rights, and particularly of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (the ‘Guiding Principles’), for lawyers who advise business...To help lawyers understand developments in this space, the IBA Business and Human Rights Working Group...has prepared Guidance for Business Lawyers on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (the ‘Lawyers Guide’), which sets out in detail the core content of the Guiding Principles, how they may be relevant to the advice provided to their clients by business lawyers..., and what their potential implications for law firms may be, as business enterprises with a responsibility to respect human rights themselves.

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