John Ruggie Death – Obituary News: Prof. John G. Ruggie (1944-2021), author of the UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights has died .

By | September 19, 2021

John Ruggie Death – Obituary News: Prof. John G. Ruggie (1944-2021), author of the UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights has died .

We are sad to report that Prof. John G. Ruggie (1944-2021), author of the UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights  has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on September 20. 2021.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre 1h  · Prof. John G. Ruggie (1944-2021), author of the UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights, has sadly passed away. He played a central role in the business and human rights movement in the last decades. A brilliant mind and exceptional leader, full of energy, creativity and empathy, John Ruggie made an enormous difference to our world. Our portal will gather some of the many tributes from the business & human rights community, mourning this loss, and commemorating the achievement and life of John Ruggie. https://www.business-humanrights.org/…/john-ruggie…/

Source: (20+) Business & Human Rights Resource Centre – Posts | Facebook

 

Condolences – Comments and Reactions.

Anna Su wrote
Just saw the sad news of John Ruggie passing. RIP. He shaped the field of business and human rights, among other things. I learned a lot from reading his work.

Akiko Sato wrote
Woke up today with this sad news…too early. There’re still so many things we wanna discuss with him. But now his role has been inherited to all of us working on #bizhumanrights. RIP Prof John Ruggie.

Shift wrote
Please take a moment to read Shift’s statement on the passing of John G. Ruggie https://shiftproject.org/in-memory-of-john-g-ruggie/

Crystal A. Ennis wrote
RIP John Ruggie. He made such meaningful and rich contributions to IR, IPE, and GG theory. His work on embedded liberalism has informed my teaching and scholarship since grad school.

Dani Rodrik wrote
Mourning the loss of John Ruggie. His 1982 article shaped my understanding of the postwar economic order more than anything else. He was my dean at Columbia and colleague at Harvard. Great human being, terrific scholar, successful practitioner.

John Tasioulas wrote
RIP John Ruggie. His work on business and human rights powerfully exemplifies how theoretical insights can have great practical significance. He was also a very nice man.

Ruwan Subasinghe wrote
RIP John Ruggie. The ‘Protect, Respect, Remedy’ framework shifted the discussion on #bizhumanrights in such a positive way. The UNGPs were a game-changer. The @globalcompact remains an important pillar in biz-human rights architecture. Global trade unions are forever grateful.
 

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John Ruggie Death – Obituary News: Prof. John G. Ruggie (1944-2021), author of the UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights has died .

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