New white paper recommends governments work with MSIs on human rights policies


A new white paper released by the Geneva Centre for Business and Human Rights finds that multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) – those that bring together civil society groups, labour unions and companies to set and enforce labour standards in supply chains – are critical for the protection of labour rights in supply chains across the world.

The paper argues that governments worldwide should ensure MSIs are effectively involved in helping them craft new human rights due diligence legislation.

Read the white paper here