UK Joint Committee on Human Rights - Inquiry on business & human rights

In 2009, the UK Parliament's Joint Committee on Human Rights conducted an inquiry on business and human rights.  Below are materials related to the inquiry.  For the Committee’s final report, and commentaries on it, click here.

 

 

All submissions received by the Joint Committee

Written evidence received by the Committee as of 21 May 2009 [PDF]

Call for Evidence

Call for Evidence, 6 March 2009 [PDF]

Audios, videos of hearings

- Amnesty International, Action Aid, CORE Coalition, and Sepna Malik, Leigh & Day Solicitors; Trades Union Congress and Institute of Employment Rights, 9 June

- Associated British Foods, BP, Confed. of British Industry, Rio Tinto, Tesco, 30 June

Submissions

If an individual or organization has made a submission and would like us to post it here please let us know [email protected]

 

- ActionAid [DOC], 30 Apr

 

- Amnesty UK, 1 May

 

- Anti-Slavery [DOC], 1 May

 

- Business & Human Rights Resource Centre [PDF], 25 Feb

 

- Business for Social Responsibility [PDF], 1 May

- Business in the Community [PDF], 1 May

 

- Chandler, Sir Geoffrey [DOC], 21 Apr

- Cockayne, James [DOC], 4 May

 

- Colombia Solidarity Campaign, regarding Mandé Norte/Murindó mining project, 23 Apr
      - Responses by Muriel Mining, Rio Tinto

 

- Confederation of British Industry [DOC], May

 

- Corner House [PDF], May

 

- Corporate Responsibility (CORE) Coalition [PDF], 1 May

 

- Danish Institute of Human Rights, Human Rights & Business Project [DOC], Jun 2009

 

- Drakos, Maassarani, Radon [PDF], 1 May

 

- Drive Up Standards [DOC], 1 May

      - We invited National Express to respond but it did not do so

- EarthRights International [PDF], 1 May

 

- Global Witness [PDF], 5 May

Hermer, Richard QC, Doughty Street Chambers [DOC], 30 Apr

 

- Institute for Human Rights & Business [DOC], 30 Apr

 

- International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) [PDF], 1 May

- Kinley, Professor David, University of Sydney [DOC], 30 Apr

- Leigh Day & Co [PDF], 30 Apr

- Meyersfeld, Bonita [DOC], 1 May

- Oxfam GB [DOC], 1 May

- Rights & Accountability in Development (RAID) [DOC], 6 May

- Survival International, 30 Apr

- Synergy Global Consulting [PDF], 1 May

- van Dam, Professor Cees [PDF], May

- Vigeo [PDF], 28 Apr

- War on Want, 7 May

- Working Group on Mining in the Philippines, 30 Apr

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Artículo
23 April 2009
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Autor(a): Colombia Solidarity Campaign

Rio Tinto is currently associated with a highly controversial mining exploration project in Colombia: La Muriel Mining Corporation’s Mandé Norte/Murindó project …On the strength of the testimony of the Comision Intereclesial de Justicia y Paz, the...

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Artículo
30 April 2009
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Autor(a): Working Group on Mining in the Philippines (WGMP)

This submission focuses on the way existing and proposed mining by global companies in the Philippines poses a threat to human rights, particularly the human right to food of local communities. Its findings build on the WGMP’s recent publication...

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Artículo
30 April 2009
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Autor(a): Survival International

There is no doubt that British companies frequently exert an enormous impact on indigenous peoples in developing countries, and that their activities escape effective regulation in both the host country and the United Kingdom…Over the last few years...

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Artículo
1 May 2009
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Autor(a): Amnesty International UK

Amnesty International recommends that far-reaching reforms are implemented to the legal and institutional framework in the UK...First, Amnesty International refers to the submission by the Corporate Responsibility (CORE) coalition, and supports the...

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Artículo
7 May 2009
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Autor(a): War on Want

…We do not accept the government’s approach to business and human rights, which is based on the use of voluntary initiatives and the promotion of corporate social responsibility (CSR)…War on Want has itself gathered evidence…highlighting human rights...

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No-respuesta
17 June 2009
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