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Review our Comment Policy. Register Now. Product Suppliers. Asian E-tailing Summit. Asian Financial Forum. Economists' Pick. Research Reports. Economic Factsheet. Advanced Search. In this webinar, Shift President Caroline Rees says that for business to realize its full contribution to sustainable development, it must put efforts to advance respect for human rights at the heart of its strategy. In September we submitted comments to the Italian government to support its development of a National Action Plan on business and human rights.
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International Bar Association President David. Rivkin writes about the far-reaching implications of the IBA's new Practical Guide for business lawyers on human rights. Through our reporting program we engage with companies, governments, investors and others about how reporting can be a driver of improved business respect for human rights. Five years after the endorsement of the Guiding Principles at the UN - and the founding of Shift - we reflect on five positive areas of progress, and five areas where urgent progress is needed.
August Partners: public and private financial institutions, including individual export credit agencies, development finance institutions and private banks. We're working directly with financial institutions and policymakers to build understanding of how the UN Guiding Principles can help financial institutions better manage risks to people arising from the projects and clients that they finance.
This educational and awareness series featured a week of discussions on business and human rights in New Zealand. This briefing note, issued by CDC, the development finance institution of the UK, aims to provide fund managers with a practical introduction to human rights. This foundational guidance, issued by the International Bar Association, is designed to help bar associations and business lawyers everywhere understand the Guiding Principles. New guidance published by the UK Equality and Human Rights Commission tells company boards what they need to know about human rights. This comprehensive guide is designed to help victims, their representatives and civil society organizations seek justice for victims of human rights abuses involving multinational corporations.
This report, issued by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, sets out guidance for states to improve access to judicial remedy for victims of business-related human rights abuses. April John G. This independent report by former Special Representative John Ruggie and Shift recommends how global football body FIFA needs to manage the far-reaching human rights risks associated with its activities and relationships. This webinar, hosted by the UN Global Compact, provides an overview and discussion of how human rights can and should be considered in mergers and acquisitions processes.
It features speakers from Shift, Total and Ericsson. This resource examines how companies can be involved in mass atrocity crimes, such as genocide, war crimes or crimes against humanity, and how the responsibilities of states and companies intersect when human rights are at heightened risk. What are salient human rights issues and why do they matter?
This short video introduces the concept and explains how companies should focus on salient issues for both action and reporting. This webinar explores how business can use the UN Guiding Principles Framework to report in a meaningful way on human rights risks and impacts. This comprehensive guidance covers all aspects of implementing the Guiding Principles for companies, specifically focused on eliminating child labor. This foundational resource walks companies through the process of committing to respect human rights: developing a human rights policy. October John G. Ruggie and John F.
This collaboration aims to improve UK-quoted company boards' and investors' understanding of the corporate responsibility to respect human rights. This brief explains how the UK Modern Slavery Act aligns to the Guiding Principles, and how companies can meaningfully and efficiently meet expectations of both the Act and the Guiding Principles. May John G. This paper analyzes the use of the OECD National Contact Point system as a means to bring complaints against multinational corporations in relation to human rights impacts, and offers suggestions about how to strengthen the system.
This resource focuses on how to do human rights due diligence in high risk circumstances — and how to identify those circumstances in the first place.
This glossary provides standard definitions for key terminology on the topic of business and human rights. This concise table includes a summary list of internationally recognized human rights, provides a short explanation of each right, and offers examples of how business activities could impact the right. This comprehensive guidance covers all aspects of implementing the Guiding Principles for companies, specifically focused on the rights to water and sanitation.
The International Bar Association has issued draft guidance for legal professionals on the Guiding Principles. This collaboration looks at how companies in emerging economies are implementing the Guiding Principles. To help World Bank staff better understand how human rights relate to their core work, Shift interviewed issue experts and facilitated a workshop about experiences implementing human rights due diligence.
Shift provided expert support to CSR Europe to help its member companies understand how to effectively embed respect for human rights across their operations, and particularly in the key functions in human resources, procurement and risk. Neither companies nor governments should fear that the treaty process in Geneva is a diversion from, or dilution of, what has been achieved in the last 10 years with the Guiding Principles.
The UK Financial Reporting Council's new guidance lays out expectations for companies on reporting on human rights. This resource analyzes corporate reporting from 43 companies between and to examine how they report on human rights in line with expectations of the Guiding Principles.
Shift provided expert support to the Agency in on policies, stakeholder engagement and grievance pathways related to business and human rights. Shift and the Ghana Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice jointly organized three capacity building workshops in Accra for various stakeholder groups. This UN Global Compact good practice note examines different models for how companies assign responsibility for human rights within the company, and compares relative merits of each model.
This resource reviews what companies are expected to do to provide remedy when human rights impacts have already occurred, whether in their own operations or in their value chains, in line with the Guiding Principles. This groundbreaking research quantifies the costs of getting stakeholder engagement wrong in the extractives sector — namely, the costs of conflict between extractive companies and local communities. The adoption of the EU law on non-financial reporting is a potentially pivotal moment for the advancement of responsible business conduct.
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This short article lays out why business lawyers need to understand the Guiding Principles and consider human rights as part of due diligence they perform for clients and companies. This report reflects learning from a workshop with 12 Dutch companies together with expert stakeholders about how companies can identify and prioritize human rights risks and test their findings through stakeholder engagement. In collaboration with the ILO's Better Work Programme, Shift developed a manual for Enterprise Advisors to integrate guidance on effective factory-level grievance mechanisms into the support that Better Work provides to factories.
This resource reviews regulatory and stock engage requirements on corporate reporting that reference human rights. The research took place in — since that time, a number of corporate reporting requirements have been developed or amended. This resource walks readers through how a company can systematically and strategically influence the behavior of others, including in its value chain, when seeking to prevent or address human rights risks.
Shift and our Chair John Ruggie submit proposals to the Commission to enhance the alignment of the proposed Directive with the Guiding Principles. This resource, developed with support from Shift, is designed for suppliers to help them assess and manage social and labor rights risks through robust management systems.
This resource reviews the limitations of audits as human rights risk assessment and management tools, and offers examples and case studies of alternative and complementary approaches pioneered by companies in different sectors.
This guide, authored by the Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD, is designed for trade unions and provides an overview of the Guidelines and how trade unions can make use of them. In collaboration with partners, Shift facilitated awareness raising workshops in Lusaka, Zambia for government, business and civil society.
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Shift authored a discussion paper for the OECD on stakeholder engagement in the extractive industry, setting out options and recommendations for a proposed "user guide" to address this issue. These three comprehensive guidance documents cover all aspects of implementing the Guiding Principles for companies in three sectors: information and communication technologies ICT , oil and gas and employment and recruitment. As Myanmar opens for business, how can companies ensure they hear from potentially affected people? This book explores the use and impact of company-community grievance mechanisms in the oil and gas, forestry, and mining sectors through a series of practical case studies.
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