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Multinationals and human rights: Do States understand the urgency of a treaty?

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Compel multinationals to respect human rights: a draft international treaty, sponsored by the United Nations, has been under discussion for the last six years. The sixth round of negotiations ended on October 30th and there is no guarantee that it will yield a substantial result. With the environmental, social and health crises, the development of an effective legal instrument to regulate the activities of multinationals should be treated as a matter of absolute urgency, says Maud Sarliève.

The article was published in Justice Info Net. You can read it here.