The China Responsible Business Forum (CRBF) aims to build business knowledge, capacity and leadership in relation to the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights for Chinese business leaders and companies operating in China. 2014 saw the pilot year of the CRBF which engaged Chinese and multinational companies in three workshops in Stockholm, Beijing […]
Tracktwo Senior Advisor Liang Xiaohui writes on Business and Human Rights Resource Center blog about recent Chinese policy shift in relation to Business and Human Rights.
On December 2-4, Tracktwo’s Managing Director Malin Oud joined two panels at at the 2014 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights in Geneva. The first panel, organised by Global Witness, discussed how Chinese government policy and corporate practices are evolving with respect to business and human rights. Presentations and more information about the panel […]
On October 30, The Consulate General of Sweden in Shanghai, Business Sweden and The Swedish Chamber of Commerce in China arranged a breakfast workshop on Business and Human Rights for Swedish companies operating in China. John Morrison (The Institute of Human Rights and Business), Mark Hodge (The Global Business Initiative on Business and Human Rights), […]
On October 28, Tracktwo and partners organised a one-day workshop in Beijing to support sharing of good practices, tools and lessons learned regarding corporate responsibility in the era of the UN Guiding Principles. Chinese state-owned and private enterprises attended the workshop, as well as multinational companies operating in China but headquartered outside the country. Representatives […]