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State of Play: Human Rights within the Political Economies of States – Avenues for Application

In March 2014 the Institute for Human Rights and Business released the third report in its “State of Play” series, cataloging the approaches being taken by States around the world to embed human rights within their economic agendas and activities...The Report gives examples from over 70 countries of recent action within States’ economic and human rights agendas, and suggests that enhanced cooperation within and amongst States is needed if the promotion and regulation of more socially and environmentally sustainable business practices is to lead to better human rights outcomes.