Henkel as a Political Actor – A Strategic Response to Human Rights
Barth, Maike (2011) Henkel as a Political Actor – A Strategic Response to Human Rights. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
Business enterprises, especially multinational corporations, are confronted with increasing institutional pressure demanding their special commitment to Human Rights. Expectations mainly arise from international NGOs as well as from the United Nations and international regulatory bodies such as the OECD or the GRI. Initial disorientation on the exact nature of these requests has been overcome through the approval of Ruggie’s “Protect, Respect & Remedy” framework for business and Human Rights by the United Nations Human Rights Council.
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