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Int’l Conference “From soft law to hard law. CSDDD implementation and enforcement. Lessons from France and Germany.”, 26.01.2024, Warsaw/online

Polish Institute for Human Rights and Business, Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw oraz Polish Bar Council, together with partners – law firm Wardyński & Partners and Eversheds Sutherland invite you...

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...

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...

Basic Analysis of the Current Situation in Poland Regarding Access to Remedy in Cases of Business-Related Abuse

The objective of this analysis is to present areas within which severe risks of human rights abuses exist in Poland in connection with the activities of business enterprises in order to determine the barriers of effective remedies within the meaning of the third pillar of the “United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights”, and to propose recommendations aimed at resolving identified legal problems.

Poland: National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights

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

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Deadline: 1 March 2024! Call for input for the Working Group’s report on respecting the rights of LGBTI people in the context of business activities: fulfilling obligations and responsibilities under the UNGPs

[Note: this information comes from the OHCHR webpage dedicated to this call for input. Direct link: HERE] Background In recent years, the business and human rights agenda has seen a real strengthening in support for greater equality and respect of the rights of...

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