Displaying items by tag: UNHCHR - CIDSE

CIDSE assesses tool to help local communities in ending human rights violations by business

Tuesday, 05 March 2013 10:03

CIDSE issues a new briefing for partners to equip local communities to stand up for their rights when facing human rights violations by business (version française ci-dessous - versión española abajo).

Published in Newsroom

Human Rights Due Diligence: the Role of States

Saturday, 01 December 2012 00:00

Human Rights Due Diligence: The Role of States, a project by ICAR, ECCJ and CNCA, December 2012 (Report available in EN - ES- FR)

Human rights due diligence report presented at U.N.

Friday, 30 November 2012 12:47

A new report outlining existing instruments and available options for States to meet their duty to ensure corporations are not contributing to human rights violations was presented on Monday 3 December at the United Nations in Geneva.

Business and human rights Frameworks

Monday, 07 November 2011 15:38

CIDSE believes that the UN Business & Human Rights framework can play an important role in stopping human rights violations by businesses.

Published in B&HR frameworks

BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Friday, 04 November 2011 17:10

The impacts of the activities of transnational corporations should be at heart of development discussions, because corporations are taking an increasingly important role in shaping global and local economic and political structures.

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