Human rights related to doing business are now a matter for businesses

But concrete actions are lagging

The journey continues

The intersection of business and human rights has seen significant activity in the last decade. Executives have largely accepted that companies have a role in this field. It’s time now to turn thoughts into action.

As John Ruggie, former UN secretary general’s special representative on business and human rights, says “Now that we have a common foundation of minimum standards and processes, the UN Guiding Principles need to be developed in a more granular way.

Visit our Collective Intelligence blog and know more about the report and how Mazars contribute to translate the UN Guiding principles into a comprehensive Reporting Framework.


Mazars and EIU global report on Human Rights and Business 2015
Mazars and EIU global report on Human Rights and Business 2015

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