Government’s Role

Open for Business: The New Role of the Private Sector in Implementing the UN Sustainable Development

18 November 2015

The Fourth UN Forum on Business and Human Rights took place in Geneva from 16 to 18 November 2015.  It brought together over 2,300 participants from 130 countries. 

IHRB staff and partners took part in a range of sessions. The item below offers a brief recap of one of the rich discussions that took place. 

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