The Sixth Report of Session 2016–17 on Human Rights and Business: Promoting Responsibility and Ensuring Accountability gives a detailed analysis of the role of business stakeholders and their obligation to uphold human rights. It outlines the UK government’s approach, including criticism of the National Action Plan and shortcomings of the Modern Slavery Act. It gives analysis of access to justice and recommendations for each public sector authority. Furthermore it outlines the proposed implications of Brexit in relation to business and human rights.
For the Sixth Report of Session 2016–17 by House of Lords & House of Commons Joint Committee on Human Rights Human Rights and Business 2017: Promoting responsibility and ensuring accountability, read here.