An online resource of laws, tools, guidance and case studies at the intersection of Business and Human Rights (BHR), private sector engagement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Handbook for Private Sector Engagement is designed to provide guidance to civil society actors and organizations on developing strategies for effectively influencing private sector action and accountability.
SDGs and reassessing businesses and their capacity to contribute to the same.
Reviewing and analyzing progress of businesses in contributing to the SDGs.
Mentoring session on the most prevalent forms of labour and human rights violations and strategies for access to remedy.
Mentoring session on the various avenues and strategies for access to remedy when human rights of people and communities are violated by business enterprises engaged in mining activities.
Inviting applications from CSOs working in southern India for two-day workshop-cum-consultation on decent work and human rights violations in supply chains, and inform policy discussions on India's N.A.P.
Inviting civil society actors and organizations working in Chhattisgarh to learn and effectively influence private sector action and accountability on SDGs in India.
Oxfam India’s first mentoring session is on the National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights, which the Government of India is developing to ensure responsible business conduct by companies and the private sector.
The Indian Law Institute (ILI) in collaboration with Human Rights and Business Academy (HURBA) and Oxfam India is organizing an intensive course on Business & Human Rights from 8-12 July 2019 in Delhi.
Inviting civil society actors and organizations working in Bihar and Jharkhand to learn and effectively influence private sector action and accountability on SDGs.