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G4S response to 2nd rejoinder from LPHR

The Final Statement of the UK National Contact Point is available via the UK NCP web pages. The summary of the conclusions within the report includes the term “technically inconsistent” on numerous occasions when describing where G4S actions are inconsistent with the OECD Guidelines ...Throughout the Final Statement (and in its Initial Assessment published previously), the UK NCP repeats its view that G4S equipment and services do not play a direct part in any human rights impacts...The key part of the Final Statement is the recommendations made to G4S on how it should move forward...The UK NCP recommends that the company works with business partners in the region to address human rights impacts, communicates to stakeholders actions taken by the company and that a contract approval process is implemented. G4S welcomes the findings of the UK National Contact Point and will to continue to work with customers and business partners to safeguard human rights and ethical standards in line with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and best practice.

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