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Ukraine recently included a chapter on BHR as part of its National Human Rights Strategy.

For more information on BHR in Ukraine, contact Olena Uvarova (Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University) or Ella Skybenko (Business & Human Rights Resource Centre):,

Pinned Posts

How (not) to do Business and Human Rights in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Case Studies

“How (not) to do Business & Human Rights in Central & Eastern Europe and Central Asia” – a collection of 15 case studies from 8 countries in the region (Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Hungary, Kyrgyzstan, North Macedonia, Poland and Ukraine) is now available...

Report: Status of implementation of UNGPs on Business and Human Rights in Europe & Central AsiaReport:

The progress in implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) is uneven in Europe and Central Asia and challenged by ongoing socioeconomic, humanitarian, and conflict-related crises. The Scoping Study commissioned by UNDP Istanbul...

New reports on telework and workers rights in Europe and Central Asia

The ILAW Network has undertaken a research series on telework in Europe and Central Asia. National reports examining the regulation of telework in Moldova, Poland, and Ukraine examine the impact of telework on a range of worker rights issues, including work hours and...

New research: Responsible business conduct in times of war: Implications for essential goods and services providers in Ukraine

The general recommendations are: ...Companies whose business model includes the provision of essential goods and services initially take on a part of a public, socially significant, function. They should provide enhanced human rights due diligence requires companies,...

Towards Human Rights Due Diligence in Ukraine: Connections to Existing Anti-Corruption and Anti-Money Laundering Rules

Due diligence and other risk-based approaches are not alien to Ukrainian legislation. The anti-corruption and anti-money laundering due diligence is particularly closely comparable by its constitutive elements to HRDD and may become a foundation for the latter’s introduction in Ukraine.

Ukraine: National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights

Analysis of Ukraine’s National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights, courtesy of the Danish Institute for Human Rights.

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Webinar report: Business conduct in times of war

The Webinar was co-organized by Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University and Polish Institute for Human Rights and Business and supported by the International Visegrad Fund. The event sought input from a range of stakeholders on how to coordinate efforts of companies,...

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