A Guide on CSR and Human Rights– what does it mean for companies in supply chains?

The UNGPs designed a process that will make and keep your company aware of the most important adverse impacts; namely those that affect human rights. And this guide offers you the chance to become better acquainted with the UNGPs in relation to your business and your business relationships. In addition the section 4 contains a full description of all 48 human rights from the International Bill of Human Rights (IBHR) including the core ILO labour rights. It may be useful for you to refer to the annex whilst reading through this guide. All in all – if you are a business person that wishes to stay in business for years to come; if you are not ill-intentioned; if you want your business and your market to thrive – you should make sure that your business respects human rights.

Studies / Research / Report
International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization
44 pages
UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights [UNGPs]
Corporate Social Responsibility [CSR]
Supply Chain
Code of Conduct