The Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights (GCBHR) was founded in 2019 as the first business and human rights center at a business school in Europe. Under the direction of Prof. Dorothee Baumann-Pauly, the GCBHR educates future business leaders and supports companies in developing business models that align profits and human rights principles.
DOROTHÉE BAUMANN-PAULY ELECTED TO THE ADVISORY GROUP FOR THE SWISS NATIONAL ACTION PLAN FOR BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Prof. Dorothée Baumann-Pauly has been elected to the advisory group for the Swiss National Action Plan (NAP) for Business and Human Rights.
Recognizing that human rights are essential to sustainable economic and social development, the NAP implements the UN Guiding Principles, contributes to sustainable development under the 2030 Agenda, and affects corporate social responsibility.
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