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This white paper recommends governments work with multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) to craft human and labor rights policies to protect workers.
For the third event of our series of online discussions organized in collaboration with the WBCSD and the ICC, we discuss how voluntary and mandatory human rights due diligence initiatives can work together to help businesses meet their responsibility to respect human rights.
As part of the Responsible Business Alliance European Conference on the theme “Delivering Due Diligence - Bridging Policy and Practice”, Dorothée Baumann-Pauly speaks during this session exploring under which conditions collaborative partnerships and initiatives support effective due diligence.
- Complementing Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence: Using Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives to Define Human Rights Standards
This commentary written by Dorothée Baumann-Pauly and Lilach Trabelsi focuses on Article 30 of the UNGPs, which refers to the role of industry, multi-stakeholder, and other collaborative initiatives that are based on respect for human rights-related standards in addressing human rights matters.