Connecting the anti-corruption and human rights agendas: A guide for business and employers’ organisations
This guide is a living document that aims to provide companies with ideas on how synergies between the human rights and corruption agendas could potentially be linked.
Specifically, it aims:
- To compare and analyse the anti-corruption and human rights agendas to help businesses and business/employers’ organizations understand the synergies and differences in standards, policies and approaches.
- To contribute to emerging policy discussions that seek to broaden and deepen company action on anti-corruption and human rights, recognizing that there are linkages between the two fields.
- To support those working on corruption risk and those working on human rights risk in companies with practical tips, strategies and business experiences on how they can learn from each other and join forces where suitable by proposing a number of practical questions for self-assessment.
- To provide users of this guide with an overview of the vast array of resources that exist in the fields of anti-corruption and human rights.
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