1. Tools & guidance
2. Examples of implementation & uses
Report: Human Rights Due Diligence - The Role of States Professor Olivier De Schutter; Professor Anita Ramasastry; Mark B. Taylor; Robert C. Thompson, Dec 2012
- Update of report, Nov 2013
Toolkit: National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights International Corporate Accountability Roundtable & Danish Institute for Human Rights, Jun 2014
Working Paper: Steps expected of states under UN Guiding Principles Stéphanie Lagoutte, Danish Institute for Human Rights, Sep 2014
Government Action Platform
Explore & compare examples of steps by 40+ governments on business and human rights
Database of Due Diligence Regulations, Human Rights Due Diligence Project,Intl. Corporate Accountability Roundtable, European Coalition for Corporate Justice, Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability, Apr 2013
Related stories and components
[DOC] Global Trends in the Implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: Remarks for the First UN Annual Forum on Business and Human Rights
Author: Dr. Alexandra Guáqueta, Member of the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights
This session has three purposes: one, to highlight the technical and political relevance of a repository of data – something the former UN Special Representative on Business and Human Rights highlighted in his first mandate – we need accessible...
Author: Slovenian Govt.
The Slovenian government began with activities for the implementation of the UN Guiding Principles. The implementation of the Guiding Principles requires the cooperation of various ministries, including the Ministry of Economic Development and...
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[DOC] The State Duty To Protect: Government experiences and steps take towards implementing the Guiding Principles and identifying opportunities for implementation: Intervention by Australia
Author: Australian Govt.
As well as supporting...international initiatives, Australia has adopted a number of policies to help promote business and human rights to Australian companies. We encourage all Australian companies operating overseas to seek legal advice...We also...
Author: Professor Olivier De Schutter, Professor Anita Ramasastry, Mark B. Taylor, Robert C. Thompson
This report is the culmination of Consultations with lawyers and scholars from around the world on the question of how States already use due diligence regulations to ensure that the behavior of business enterprises meets social expectations.
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- Related in-depth areas: General General Requiring due diligence by companies