INDEPENDENT CSO NATIONAL BASELINE ASSESSMENT (NBA) ON BUSINESS & HUMAN RIGHTS

THEMATIC ASSESSMENT CHAPTERS

Thematic Assessment Chapters of the Independent CSO National Baseline Assessment (NBA) on Business & Human Rights in Thailand, developed together with the Thai Business & Human Rights Network (Thai BHR Network), under Manushya's BHR strategy

PRIORITY AREAS OF THE NBA ON BHR

THE BOSS
LABOUR RIGHTS
& STANDARDS
 COMMUNITY RIGHTS, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, LAND-RELATED RIGHTS, NATURAL RESOURCES & THE ENVIRONMENT 
HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS
TRADE AGREEMENTS & THAI OUTBOUND INVESTMENTS

PRIORITY AREA 1LABOUR RIGHTS & STANDARDS

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Gender-Based Discrimination and Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Exploitative Labour Practices

Discrimination Against Marginalised

and Excluded Communities

Promotion of Decent Working Conditions for Formal and Informal Workers

PRIORITY AREA 2COMMUNITY RIGHTS, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, LAND-RELATED RIGHTS, NATURAL RESOURCES & THE ENVIRONMENT 

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The Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Business Contexts in Thailand

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Land-Related Rights in the Context of Business and Human Rights

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Community Rights, Management of Natural Resources and the Environment

PRIORITY AREA 3: HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS
 

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The Protection of Human Rights Defenders

PRIORITY AREA  4: TRADE AGREEMENTS & THAI OUTBOUND INVESTMENTS
 

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Adverse Human Rights Impact of Thai Outbound Investments

TWITTER & INSTAGRAM

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