The SWIA makes recommendations to government, businesses, civil society groups, tourists and other stakeholders intended to increase positive impacts and reduce negative impacts.
Allegations and incidents of abuses involving public security forces and private security providers linked with extractive industries have a long history. This IHRB report records the insights shared at a ground-breaking multi-stakeholder dialogue.
IHRB paper for Government of Brazil & UNDP event addresses role of extractive sector in promoting human rights
Written by IHRB's Margaret Wachenfeld, Luis Fernando de Angulo & IHRB Board Member Deanna Kemp
techUK has published the Cyber Growth Partnership’s Industry Guidance ‘Assessing Cyber Security Export Risks’. IHRB facilitated industry consultation and input into the human rights section of this guidance.
Human Rights Challenges for Telecommunications Vendors: Addressing the Possible Misuse of Telecommunications Systems. Case Study - Ericsson
In the second in a series of case studies as part of its “Digital Dangers” project, IHRB publishes a report examining how ICT companies understand and act on their responsibilities to prevent human rights abuses linked to the use of digital technology.
This roundtable meeting discussed ways in which to ensure safety and security, and protect privacy in the digital realm, particularly with regard to state responses to threats and dangers.
The recommendations in the O&G SWIA are directed towards government, businesses (and investors in those business), civil society and development partners for Myanmar, and are intended to support wider multistakeholder collaboration.
Meeting Report: The OECD NCP system and the Finance Sector, with a focus on financing in the Extractive Sector
On 28 March 2014, IHRB together with the UK NCP based in the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills brought together a range of OECD NCPs, businesses within the finance and extractive sectors, and trade union and civil society organisations.
In March 2014 the Institute for Human Rights and Business released the third report in its “State of Play” series, cataloging the approaches being taken by States around the world to embed human rights within their economic agendas and activities.
The Brazilian, Norwegian and UK NCPs have established a productive collaboration to exchange and learn from each other’s experiences, as encouraged by the OECD Guidelines’ Implementation Procedures.