Report on connecting the business and human rights and the anticorruption agendas

Published
17 June 2020
Author
Working Group on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises
Presented
To the HRC at its 44th session, June-July 2020


Summary

In its report, the Working Group examines how the business and human rights agenda, articulated in the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and anti-corruption efforts, are interconnected. It examines the good practices that States, businesses and civil society can undertake to address corruption when it has negative impacts on human rights in the context of business-related activity, with a view to preventing such negative impacts and to ensuring access to remedy. It also demonstrates how measures driving responsible business practices in relation to business and human rights and anti-corruption efforts, can reinforce each other to ensure coherent policy.

Learn more about the issue of business, human rights and the anticorruption agendas.

Inputs received

Inputs to a questionnaire, listed below, helped inform this report.
Download the questionnaire (PDF) in English | Français | Español.

States

Business and Business Associations

Civil society and academia

International and regional organisations

NHRIs

UN entities

  • UN Global Compact (1-2-3)
  • UNDP (1-2)

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Contact information

Working Group on Business and Human Rights
Palais des Nations, 8-14, Avenue de la Paix. 1211 Geneva 10
Switzerland
Tel: +41 22 917 9159
E-mail: wg-business@ohchr.org

Others Involved