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NGO Rejoinder

11 Jun 2015

Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights

LPHR statement responding to G4S' public statement on NCP findings

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LPHR notes with concern that G4S' public statement singularly fails to acknowledge that it has been found by the UK National Contact Point (NCP) to be in breach of three fundamental human rights obligations under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (OECD Guidelines) in relation to it operations in Israel and Palestine. Some recent media reports have, in turn, failed to accurately convey the extent of the NCP’s findings... In short, the recent NCP's final statement is very far from the 'clean bill of health' that has, regrettably, been suggested...