The human rights challenges expected in 2017 reflect a stark shift in social, political and economic drivers at the global level. At risk is the erosion of an international system upholding human rights protections and the rule of law, which could impact societies, economies, and businesses.
The human rights movement faces a difficult future in 2017, and it is up to all actors – civil society, governments as well as businesses – to champion the issues people care about and make human rights relevant to peoples’ daily lives.
The Top 10 Business & Human Rights Issues for 2017
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IHRB’s annual list aims to assist businesses, governments and civil society organisations in determining their strategies for responding to some of the biggest human rights challenges anticipated over the next 12 months. | Read now
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