Survey of Human Rights Due Diligence Policies
Around the world, more and more governments, development finance institutions and development agencies are adopting policies and procedures to improve the human rights outcomes of development interventions. We surveyed current policies and procedures among these development actors to provide a resource for institutions and advocates looking for policy options. Policy practice ranges from a comprehensive human rights-based approach to development, to a more narrow “do-no-harm” due diligence approach, to incorporation of select elements of human rights due diligence, with or without full adoption of human rights language.
HRDD Policy Highlights
In this table, you can find a few select policies and procedures we have highlighted, along with the due diligence elements they represent.
If you don’t see the HRDD Policy Highlights Table embedded directly below, click here to open the pdf. (If you are unable to scroll, click on the table and use the arrow keys on the keyboard).
Further below, you can find the full Survey of Practice database.
Survey of HRDD Policies and Procedures
If you have any additions for the database, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. (If you are unable to scroll, click on the table and use the arrow keys on the keyboard).