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A Guide on CSR and Human Rights – what does it mean for companies in supply chains?

You run or work for a business? You know that whatever you do in your business, it may impact people: customers, consumers, your colleagues and employees etc... The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) adopted in 2011 designed a process that will make and keep your company aware of the most important adverse impacts: those that affect human rights. Learn more on how to come to grips with these challenges in our brand new Guide.

You run or work for a small- or medium-sized business.
You know that whatever you do in your business, it may impact people: customers, consumers, your colleagues and employees, people in your neighbourhood, your shareholders or others. These impacts can be positive but also potentially negative.

The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) adopted in 2011 designed a process that will make and keep your company aware of the most important adverse impacts; namely those that affect human rights.


The ITCILO Programme for Employers Activities together with MEDEF, BDA, Confindustria, BUSINESSEUROPE and the IOE has just published a A Guide on CSR and Human Rights – what does it mean for companies in supply chains? which offers you the chance to become better acquainted with the UNGPs in relation to your business and your business relationships.

 

Click here to access the guide. Read more on the overall project co-funded by the European Union.

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