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Measuring Business & Human Rights

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Ann Sofie Cloots (University of Cambridge), Charline Daelman (KU Leuven), Damiano de Felice (LSE) & Irene Pietropaoli (Middlesex University), Published on: 29 November 2013

the project aims at: 1) flagging out the most important normative, methodological, practical and political challenges related to the production of business and human rights indicators, ratings and benchmarks; and 2) offering potential solutions to these challenges. The project will explore the validity of its findings in two "laboratories", specifically dedicated to an industry sector (private security companies) and a vulnerable group (children’s rights).

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