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[PDF] Human Rights Policies and Management Practices: Results from questionnaire surveys of Governments and Fortune Global 500 firms

Author: Prof. John G. Ruggie, UN Special Representative on business & human rights, Published on: 1 March 2007

This report summarizes the responses to two surveys conducted by the SRSG: (i) a questionnaire asking States to identify current practices of regulating, adjudicating, and otherwise influencing the role of corporations with respect to human rights, and (ii) a questionnaire asking the Fortune Global 500 firms about their human rights policies and practices. [this report is an update of an earlier report by Prof. Ruggie, available at http://www.reports-and-materials.org/Ruggie-survey-Fortune-Global-500.pdf]

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