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[PDF] Draft feasibility study on corporate social responsibility in the field of human rights

The present study seeks to evaluate the added value of any standard-setting work which the Council of Europe could engage in with a view to the implementation of the UN Guiding Principles and make concrete proposals to that effect...[T]he Council of Europe could develop a strategy for human rights and business which could comprise the following measures: the adoption of awareness-raising measures for the UN Guiding Principles amongst stakeholders in all 47 Council of Europe member states, such as a declaration by the Committee of Ministers on corporate social responsibility and human rights...

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