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Kenya: Institute for Human Rights & Business' briefing note on good practices in developing National Action Plan on Business & Human Rights

The Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) has been appointed to the national Steering Committee for the National Action Plan on Business & Human Rights process and has been requested to provide expert advice. This briefing note constitutes IHRB's first input on good practices and has been submitted to the Kenyan Attorney General. The briefing note calls for building trust from the onset and throughout the process. It also encourages the promotion of meaningful stakeholder engagement.

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18 April 2016

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Author: Institute for Human Rights and Business

"Lessons Learned on Building Better National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights"

This Briefing Note seeks to enrich the development process for the Kenyan NAP by highlighting good practices from a range of countries that have adopted a NAP or are in the process of developing one. It is based on the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB)’s own experiences in contributing to a number of NAPs
around the world and a series of conversations with practitioners from the public and private sectors and from civil society representatives who have participated in NAP processes.

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