Joint Business Response to Revised UN Draft Treaty
Oct 2019 - Joint Business Response to Revised UN Draft Treaty on Business and Human Rights
Dear IOE members and partners,
Please find in the “resources” section below the Joint Business Response to the Revised Draft Treaty, which States will negotiate upon next week in the 5th session of the Inter-Governmental Working Group on Transnational Corporations and Other Business Enterprises.
The joint response (by the IOE, Business at OECD and BusinessEurope) has two parts:
Thank you for your help in preparing this joint business response, which will be made public on the IOE’s website ASAP. We also intend to share it with the Government of Ecuador, which is leading the UN Treaty process, and other States.
Please kindly share this joint business response with your Government contacts in capital.
Update on next week’s 5th session:
Many thanks again for your help and we will update you on how next week goes. Feel free to share with us any relevant updates you receive.
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