my stakeholder consultations on several occasions, as well as in two recent written submissions to my mandate by workers’ organizations.
In conclusion, I am pleased that the “protect, respect and remedy” framework has been well received by all stakeholders, including governments, employers and workers’ organizations. There is no single silver bullet solution to business and human rights challenges. As the current economic crisis has underscored starkly, all social actors must learn to do many things differently. But those things must cohere and generate cumulative progress. In the business and human rights domain, that is precisely what the “protect, respect and remedy” framework is intended to help achieve.