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NATIONAL ACTION PLANS ON BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: Comparing included measures and identifying patt

  • Fons bibliogràfic
  • Drets, Economia i desenvolupament, Informació i documentació
  • A partir de 16 anys
  • Anglès
  • Steven Patrick Landry
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The purpose of this study is to better understand National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights through a content based comparative analysis. The content and measures of each plan are compared based upon over two hundred indicators, which are analyzed across four categories. The first part consists of defining said indicators, which are drawn from the United Nations Working Group on Business and Human Rights Guidance on National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights published in 2016. Each National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights (NAP) is analyzed based on the aforementioned, by which a numerical model is then established to compare trends and data drawn from published NAPs. These data-sets provide new in-depth information regarding the content of each NAP. Therefore, this information is intended to be used for academic, as well as policy design purposes