GBI, in partnership with local and international partners, has been working to engage private and state-owned Chinese businesses on the topic of sustainable business and human rights since 2012. Please find information and links below on these projects.
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 in the Chinese context. 2014 saw the pilot year of the CRBF which engaged Chinese and multinational companies in three workshops in Stockholm, Beijing and Shanghai.
This is a report from a project entitled “The Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights in China and Globally” aimed to support participants to enter into meaningful peer-to-peer dialogue, and to share policies and practices related to business impacts on human rights. The project took place over 9-months, starting in June 2013 and ending in February 2014.
On Tuesday 16 April and Wednesday 17 April, an event series was held in Beijing, China, entitled “Sustainable Business and Investment in the Global Context: Rights, Risks and Responsibilities”. This meeting was the first of its kind in China, bringing together participants for a practical business-to-business discussion on sustainable business and human rights.
4 月 16 日至 17 日,题为“全球背景下的可持续商业和投资:权利、风险和责任”的系列活动在 中国北京展开。本次会议让参与企业在同一平台上就可持续工商业和人权进行了务实的讨论,这在 中国尚属首次。