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跨国公司和其他工商企业与人权的关系问题不限成员名额政府间工作组

任务

2014年6月26日,人权理事会在第26届会议上通过了第26/9号决议,决定“设立一个跨国公司和其他工商企业与人权的关系问题不限成员名额政府间工作组,其任务是拟订一项具有法律约束力的国际文书,以在国际人权法中对跨国公司和其他工商企业的活动进行监管”。

不限成员名额政府间工作组第四届会议*将于2018年10月15日至19日在日内瓦万国宫第二十号会议室举行。在该届会议期间,工作组将讨论“在国际人权法中规范跨国公司和其他工商企业活动的具有法律约束力的文书”零草案,以及该文书所附的零任择议定书草案。

History of the Process

The first and second sessions of the open-ended intergovernmental working group on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human rights (OEIGWG) were dedicated to conducting constructive deliberations on the content, scope, nature and form of a future international instrument to regulate, in international human rights law, the activities of transnational corporations and other business enterprises.

During the third session, the Working Group discussed elements for a draft legally binding instrument prepared by the Chairperson-Rapporteur of the OEIGWG taking into consideration the discussions held during the first two sessions.

During the fourth session, the Working Group's discussions focused on a zero draft legally binding instrument, as well as a zero draft optional protocol to be annexed to the zero draft legally binding instrument.

During the fifth session, a revised draft of the legally binding instrument served as the basis for negotiations.

During the sixth session, a second revised draft of the legally binding instrument served as the basis for negotiations.

During the seventh session, a third revised draft of the legally binding instrument served as the basis for negotiations.

During the eighth session, the third revised draft of the legally binding instrument with the textual proposals submitted by States during the seventh session served as the basis for negotiations. Additionally, to help advance discussions during the eighth session, States and non-State stakeholders could also comment on informal contributions presented by the Chair-Rapporteur on select articles of the instrument.

During the ninth session, an updated draft of the legally binding instrument served as the basis for negotiations.