The post of “Business and human rights progress in the Japanese context” by Hiroshi Ishida, executive director of CRT-Japan, was published in UN FORUM SERIES.
The post of “UN FORUM SERIES – Business and human rights progress in the Japanese context”contributed by Hiroshi Ishida, Executive Director of the Caux Round Table Japan was published on the website of the London School of Economics and Political Science.
In the post, he shared his thought that human Rights are universal, but acceptance should be based on each social context. Also, he introduced the activity of Caux Round Table Japan to implement the Guiding Principles in Japan: Human Rights Due Diligence Workshops, and establishing grievance mechanisms in Asia/ASEAN for Japanese companies.
The post is on the following link.