2. Conceptual framework, drafting process and the key substance and content of the First National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights

2.3 Key content and substance of the National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights

2.3.1 Key content

Key content of NAP which consists of 1) Action Plan on Labour; 2) Action Plan on the Community, Land, Natural Resources and the Environment; 3) Action Plan on Human Rights Defenders; and 4) Action Plan on Cross Border Investments and Multinational Enterprises.

The content of each of the action plans consists of the overall situation, challenges, actions to be implemented, responsible agencies, time-frame, indicators, and linkages between the implementation plan and national strategy, the SDGs, and the UNGPs.


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

3.2 Action plan for community, land, natural resources and the environment

3.2.3 Action Plan (2019–2022)

Pillar 1: State duties in protecting (Protect)







Responsible agencies Time-frame (2019–2022) Indicators (wide frame) Compliance with National Strategy/ SDGs/UNGPs
3. Environmental and Health Impact Assessment (EIA/ EHIA) Prepare Strategic Environment Assessment (SEA), a systematic analysis process to assess the potential environmental impact arising from implementing and policy, plan and programme (PPP) levels to achieve the goal on sustainable environment in compliance with the SDGs – Office of the National Economic and Social Development Council 2019–2022 –   Guidelines for Strategic Environment Assessment

Promotion and dissemination of evaluation guidelines of Strategic Environment Assessment for agencies to follow

–   National Strategy for Eco-Friendly Development and Growth

–   National Strategy for Public Sector Rebalancing and Development

– SDG 11, 13, 14 and 15

–   UNGPs Articles 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 and 10

*Note: every activity in the NAP is connected with one or more SDGs