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Human Right

Report on the first session of the open-ended intergovernmental working group on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human rights, with the mandate of elaborating an international legally binding instrument

Summary The Human Rights Council, in its resolution 26/9, decided to establish an open-ended intergovernmental working group on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human rights, and mandated theworking group to elaborate an international legally binding instrument to regulate, in international human rights law, the activities of transnational corporations and other business enterprises. In the resolution, the …

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Point penting dari diskusi Panel Dalam First Session IGWG Meeting on Binding Treaty for TNCs (6-10 July 2015):

Panel 1 Intinya tidak ada pertentangan antara The GP dengan legally binding treaty process, karena keduanya kompelementer. Legally binding treaty process bukan untuk menggantikan The GP, bahkan proses ini akan memperkuat komitmen Negara dalam mengimplementasikan Natinal Action Plans on Business and Human Rights. Pernyataan Pemerintah Indonesia sangat serupa, dan hendak menjadikan proses ini sebagai bagian dari penyusunan National Action Plans …

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Laporan Agenda Indonesia Focal Point for TNCs Crimes Advocacy

Laporan Agenda Indonesia Focal Point for TNCs Crimes Advocacy Dalam 1st IGWG Meeting on The legally binding treaty on business and human rights for TNCs, Jenewa (6-10 July 2015) Perwakilan Indonesia Focal Point: Rachmi Hertanti, Irhash Ahmady, dan Wensislaus Fatubun   Inside Process   IGWG Meeting Process            Proses dalam IGWG Meeting cukup menarik selama proses sidang berlangsung.  Khususnya pada …

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Laporan Agenda Indonesia Focal Point Selama 1st IGWG Meeting

Di Jenewa, 6-10 July 2015 Perwakilan Indonesia Focal Point: Rachmi Hertanti, Irhas Ahmady, dan Wensislaus Fatubun IGWG Meeting Process Proses dalam IGWG Meeting cukup menarik. Khususnya pada hari pertama sidang. Maria Spinoza, Ambassador of Ecuador terpilih sebagai Chairperson-Rapporteur. Hal ini menandai bahwa proses Treaty Binding akan tetap on track sebagaimana proposal yang diajukan oleh Ekuador. Pada hari pertama, pada saat …

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Indonesia Focal Point For Legally Binding Treaty Initiative

Indonesia Focal Point For Legally Binding Treaty Initiative Written contribution to the Second Session of the Open-ended inter-governmental working group on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human rights 30 September 2016 The frame of contribution   The Indonesia Focal Point for Legally Binding Treaty Initiative, hereinafter IFP, is a coalition of Indonesians organisations working on human …

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Indonesia Focal Point For Legally Binding Treaty Initiative

Indonesia Focal Point For Legally Binding Treaty Initiative Written contribution to the First Session of the Open-ended inter-governmental working group on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human rights Geneva, 6-10 July 2015 We, the undersigning of this statement, are Coalition of Indonesian Civil Society. We are submitting our position into the first session of Open-Ended Intergovernmental …

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Oral Intervention Indonesia Focal Point untuk Panel 2 dalam The 2nd Session of The Open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group on TNCs and Other Business Enterprises With Respect To Human Rights

Oral Statement of International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development (INFID) The 2nd Session of The Open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group on TNCs and Other Business Enterprises With Respect To Human Rights 24-28 October 2016  Panel II State Obligations on Trade and Investment Treaty Thank you Madam Chair My name is Rachmi Hertanti, from Indonesia with the Ecosoc Status from International NGO …

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Indonesia Focal Point For Legally Binding Treaty Initiative

The development of international trade and investment agreements requires not only to simply regulating cooperation in a narrow trading (export-import) sense, but also regulating the economic and social aspects widely. The wider regulation of international trade and economic cooperation agreements will create widespread impact on public policy spaces. This is not only related to the potential threat of injustice in economic development, but …

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