- "Human Rights Guidance Tool for the Financial Sector", Dec 2014
- Author: UNEP-FI
- [PDF] "Banking it Right: The 'protect, respect and remedy' framework applied to bank operations"
- See in particular pgs. 16-20, "Key elements of a human rights approach"
- Author and date: Andreas Missbach, Berne Declaration, prepared for BankTrack, Oct 2009
- [PDF] "Values Added - The Challenge of Integrating Human Rights Into the Financial Sector"
- Author and date: Danish Institute for Human Rights, Apr 2010
- [PDF] "Banking on Sustainability"
- Author and date: Intl. Finance Corporation, 2007
- [PDF] "Critical issues in the financial industry"
- Author and date: Myriam Vander Stichele, SOMO, 2004
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