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Experts reflect on the Zero Draft of the legally binding treaty on business and human rights

In July 2018, the UN Intergovt. Working Group on proposed treaty released the first official draft of the legally binding instrument to regulate, in international human rights law, the activities of transnational corporations and other business enterprises ("Zero Draft"). This compilation of commentaries and statements on the Zero Draft by academics, professionals and civil society members reflects on the Zero Draft strengths and limitations.

For Business & Human Rights Resource Centre blog series on the Zero Draft click here.
More commentaries, opinions and statements on the proposed Treaty in general available here.

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