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An eLearning Module on CSR, Business and Human Rights instruments
The eLearning module is a reference tool. It aims at helping company or employer organizations' representatives:
• Increase their knowledge on the different policy instruments at UN and EU levels on CSR, Business and Human Rights;
• Understand the main commonalities and differences in terms of both process and content between these instruments;
• Identify which corporate responsibilities regarding CSR & Human Rights stem from the instruments and how companies can meet their obligations.
A Guide on CSR and Human Rights – what does it mean for companies in supply chains?
The Guide gives practical advice to companies on how to respond to the challenges they face in the field of CSR and Human Rights. Given the all-encompassing nature of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, they are taken as a reference point in the Guide.
Guide on Transnational Company Agreements: issues, approaches and practices for employers' organisations and companies
The guide is a practical tool that provides facts and figures on TCAs with best practices and concrete examples of employers that signed TCAs, as well as of those that preferred not to. In particular, the guide shares the reasoning of these companies as a way to help others that are going through a similar process. It also lists a series of issues that companies and employers should look out for and be aware of when engaging in TCAs.
During a previous phase of the project, another Publication had been released on the Key issues for management to consider with regard to Transnational Company Agreements (TCAs) (December 2010).
For more information, please contact
Sandro Pettineo, Programme Officer, ITCILO Programme for Employers' Activities by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: +390116936373
Rachida Zingara, Project Assistant , ITCILO Programme for Employers' Activities by Email: email@example.com or phone: +390116936513
This project is co-funded by the European Union