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TUAC Roundtable: Review of the OECD Corporate Governance Principles and OECD Guidelines on the Corpo

24 June 2014

Presentation by Margaret Wachenfeld (Institute for Human Rights and Business) at the TUAC Roundtable "OECD Review of the Principles of Corporate Governance and the Guidelines on the Corporate Governance of SOEs -- What are the implications for the rights of stakeholders?" - 25 June 2014, OECD Conference centre.

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Home Government Incentives Toward Responsible Business Conduct

    
In a globalized marketplace, companies often operate in areas where host state regulation is lacking or where host governments may struggle to enforce their own laws.

The ‘governance gap’- the gap between...

Shifting Sands in Myanmar

Some of the poorest people in Southeast Asia are those that test their luck drilling for oil in the sand and mangrove swamps of the Rakhine State in Myanmar (Burma). There is no mechanical drill, everything is done by hand. To reach a depth of 100m...

16 March 2017

Commentary by John Morrison, Chief Executive, IHRB

A Contentious Connection - Business and Women’s Rights

The relationship between business and women’s rights activists and advocates has always been contentious, and more frequently, rife with suspicion and hostility, especially in the global South.  This is not, unfortunately, without reason.

Not only...