3. The core content of the National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights

3.1 Action plan on labour

3.1.2 Challenges

  • Public procurement: The Public Procurement and Supplies Management Act 2017 should be amended by requiring the state to examine human rights protection of business organizations and state-owned enterprises that benefit from government procurement, including consideration of adding respect and protection of human rights in the law and government procurement contracts for the business sector and state enterprises.

 

3.4 Action Plan on Cross Border Investment and Multinational Enterprises

3.4.3 Action Plan (2019–2022)

Pillar 1: State duties in protecting (Protect)

 

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Issues

 

Activities

Responsible agencies Time-frame (2019–2022) Indicators (wide frame) Compliance with National Strategy/ SDGs/UNGPs
2. Creating investor awareness Encourage the business sector to focus on the relationship between large companies and the company’s supply chain, including outsourced services and subcontracting that may have adverse effects on human rights –   The Office of the Securities and Exchange Commission

–   The Stock Exchange of Thailand

2019–2022 Training for the business sector to focus on the relationship between large companies and the company’s supply chain, including outsourced services and subcontracting that may have adverse effects on human rights –   National Strategy for National Competitiveness Enhancement

–   National Strategy for Human Capital Development and Strengthening

–   SDG 8 and 16

–   UNGPs Articles 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8