As the mandate of the Special Representative draws to a close, CIDSE would like to contribute further specific recommendations on the final development and implementation of the “Protect, Respect and Remedy” framework. These practical proposals recognise the overlap between the different pillars of the framework and are designed to make sure that recommendations for action by States and companies are effective and mutually reinforcing. Finally we address the question of how the important work on business and human rights will be taken forward when this mandate ends in June 2011.
Protect, Respect and Remedy FrameworkWritten by CIDSE
Keys for implementation and follow-up of the mandate, CIDSE 3rd submission to the UN Special Representative on Business and Human Rights, October 2010 (also available in FR)