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  • Action point 1.7 (p. 11):

 “The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism, through its offices and agencies charged with business internationalization, will promote respect for human rights in the business activities, providing support regarding the contents of this Plan.”

  • Action point 1.9 (p. 12):

“The Post-Conflict Directorate, jointly with the Council to the President for Human Rights, will promote the agenda on human rights and peacebuilding in the business sector, in alliance with the Chamber of Commerce of Colombia; thus, a training and knowledge transfer process by the Government, as well as cooperation with enterprises and the enterprises’ employees will be created.”

  • Action point 2.3 (p. 13):

 “The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism will emphasize the inclusion, in the business negotiations with other States, of clauses or criteria on human rights; this will be considered in the negotiation of future agreements, review of current agreements, and/or unilateral or joint statements with the business partners.”

  • Action point 2.5 (p. 13):

“The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism and its entities (PROCOLOMBIA) will work to make the Colombian enterprises observe the human rights standards and will strive for incentives in the international market.”

  • Action point 7.2 (p. 19):

 “The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism will encourage large enterprises to foster and boost their human rights support and guidance efforts for such SME they have business relationships with.”

  • Action point 7.4 (p. 19):

 “The Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism will encourage business enterprises to foster talks with consumers.”

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