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UN Principles on Business and Human Rights: Interview with John Ruggie

Author: Business Ethics Magazine, Published on: 30 October 2011

John Ruggie recently joined the Corporate Social Responsibility practice of the law firm Foley Hoag as a senior adviser, working with the firm and its clients on issues related to implementation of the Guiding Principles; he continues his association with the Harvard Kennedy School, where he holds a chair in human rights and international affairs, and Harvard Law. In the following interview with Business Ethics Magazine Editor & Publisher Michael Connor, Ruggie discusses implications of the Principles and why he thinks a newly-coined term – “human rights due diligence”- has already become a permanent entry in the lexicon of international business. [refers to Foxconn (part of Hon Hai), Google]

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Related companies: Foxconn (part of Hon Hai) Google (part of Alphabet) Hon Hai