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Report on the state of human rights in the extractive sector

Author: Institute for Human Rights and Business & Kenya National Commission on Human Rights, Published on: 11 April 2016

"Executive Summary: The State of Human Rights in the Kenyan Extractive Sector]
 
[The Institute for Human Rights and Business'] Nairobi Process in collaboration with the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR), has conducted a study on the state of human rights in Kenya’s extractive sector and captured its findings in a detailed forthcoming ‘State of Human Rights in the Kenyan Extractive Sector’ Report...
 
This Executive Summary presents the most recurrent issues that emerged from the study specific to Kenya in 2015. [The reports recommends that companies in the extractive sector should e]stablish and publish a policy commitment to respect human rights...[,conduct human rights due dilence in their operations and business relationships and adopt grievance mechanisms].

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