Teaching Business and Human Rights - Survey
The growth of “business and human rights” (BHR) as a field of practice and study has led to increasing demand for BHR instruction, courses and curricula at academic institutions worldwide. More than a hundred universities have added business and human rights courses to their curricula in the past decade. The subject is now being taught at business schools, law schools, and schools of public policy worldwide.

This survey is a collaborative effort among individuals teaching BHR to advance business and human rights education by mapping the current state of university instruction on the subject of business and human rights issues and related corporate responsibility topics with an explicit human rights dimension. Survey questions aim to identify where (in what country, in what institution, in what discipline) and in what fashion business and human rights has been integrated into university curricula and academic activities. This online survey is a joint effort of the PRME Working Group on Business and Human Rights and the Teaching Business and Human Rights Forum.

Information collected will be published in the first Global Business and Human Rights Course Directory on the web pages of PRME and the Teaching Forum, and will inform the program activities and outreach efforts by both initiatives.

Audience: This survey is intended for individuals who teach business and human rights, either as a full course, or as a module within a course. Courses in corporate social responsibility or corporate sustainability that employ an explicit human rights perspective and methodology should be included in this survey, while courses that lack a clear human rights dimension are outside the scope of this survey.

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