ICAR Submission to Consultation on Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

ICAR submits our comments to the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB) consultation process.

Generally, we see the need and value for enhanced accountability measures to drive increased embedding and performance for the corporate responsibility to respect human rights.

We see the CHRB as strong effort in this regard, but do have a number of concerns about the process and content that should be addressed before the initiative can realize full potential.

Read full letter here: ICAR Submission to Consultation on Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

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