The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility and the Emergence of Corporate Human Rights Policies

Mar 22, 2007

This talk was part of the event "Taking Stock of Business and Human Rights: Policies and Practices," cosponsored by the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre and the Carnegie Council.

This talk was part of the event "Taking Stock of Business & Human Rights: Policies and Practices," cosponsored by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and the Carnegie Council.

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