Submissions to UN Special Representative on business & human rights
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For further submissions see:
- Online consultation by Special Representative John Ruggie on the Guiding Principles for implementation of the "Protect, Respect and Remedy" Framework
- Reports by the Special Representative to UN Human Rights Council - feedback & related materials: 2008 2007 2006
- Stakeholders also previously submitted comments to the Special Representative's online consultation forum, which examined issues such as corporate responsibility to respect human rights; those comments have now been archived
- Briefing, discussion & reference papers - with related comments
- Regional & other consultations
See also Commentaries on the Special Representative's work
Related stories and components
[PDF] A Dialogue with Ruggie? - To change so that everything remains the same... An assessment of John Ruggie’s 2009 and 2010 Reports
Author: Alejandro Teitelbaum, former UN representative, American Association of Jurists; published by Jus Semper Global Alliance
In his 2009 report Ruggie kept unchanged the bottom line imposed by transnational corporations: no proposal, whatsoever, of binding international norms for business enterprises...We will examine three aspects of Mr. Ruggie’s Report for 2010: his work...
- Related stories: "To change so that everything remains the same" - assessment of UN Special Representative Ruggie's 2009 & 2010 reports, by Alejandro Teitelbaum
- Related in-depth areas: Introduction Submissions to UN Special Representative on business & human rights UN Secretary-General's Special Representative on business & human rights