Since September 2012, the Nippon CSR Consortium, whose secretariat is Caux Round Table Japan (CRT Japan), has been working to provide a forum in which to identify and discuss negative human rights impacts that may arise as a result of corporate activities. This work has been conducted in collaboration with companies from various industrial sectors, as well as NPOs/NGOs and human rights experts in academia.
The 2019 Human Rights Due Diligence Workshop was held for the seventh year in the period from May to July, and identified sector specific human rights issues with the use of Human Rights Guidance Tool developed by UNEP Finance Initiative. Also, we held the Stakeholder Engagement Programs in Thailand and Malaysia, and published the report of these programs. Further information is here.
The Nippon CSR Consortium issued “Human Rights Issues by Sector (draft)” as the outcome of the discussions in the workshop, and invites for public comments on the “Human Rights Issues by Sector (draft)”
29th October – 29th November, 2019(Japan Time)
Please send your comments to CRT Japan’s Nippon CSR Consortium secretariat, by e-mail as an attached document in Word format. Please kindly be advised that we are unable to accept comments through other methods (such as by telephone, fax, or post), nor are we able to accept anonymous submissions.
Address to: Secretariat of the Nippon CSR Consortium (in CRT Japan)
Subject: Comment on “Human Rights Issues”
Organization/Affiliation and Name: (Department, Name)
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We invite public comments on the following questions. In the description of your comments, please specify the sector, page number, and concrete issue that your comment addresses. Depending on your needs, please enter your comments on comment sheet.
1. Please share any comments on the concept and procedure of this workshop
2. Please freely respond with any comments on “Human Rights Issues by Sector (draft)”
3. The final report is scheduled for publication in December 2019. What kind of format and/or procedure do you consider would be most appropriate for finalizing the report?
Relevance between the UNEP FI and NGONPO and subject experts by Sector
Submission and Inquiry
Secretariat of Nippon CSR Consortium (in CRT Japan Office)