Business and Human Rights: Interpreting the UN Guiding Principles for Indigenous Peoples

This report makes recommendations to states, business enterprises, indigenous peoples and other stakeholders for a more effective operationalisation of the Guiding Principles in relation to the human rights of indigenous peoples. The report concludes that such operationalisation should be prioritised by states, business enterprises and other duty-bearers as a matter of the utmost urgency, to ensure that current widespread and serious abuses of indigenous peoples? human rights linked to business operations are brought to an end and their victims fully restored to justice.

File Type: pdf
Categories: Indigenous Peoples and Consent
Author: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs