Extractives

Comments Received on Draft Human Rights Guidance for the Commodities Trading Sector

19 March 2018

The Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) and the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) mandated the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) to work with all representatives from different stakeholder groups to develop Guidance for the commodities trading sector on implementing the UNGPs. 

The Draft Guidance was available for public consultation until 30th April 2018. 

Comments from:

  1. Vitol SA

  2. Swiss Trading & Shipping Association

  3. Public Eye

  4. Association Suisse des Fabricants et Commerçants de Metaux Precieux

  5. MKS (Switzerland) SA

  6. Colin Tinto - Consultant

  7. DLA Piper

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