The BHR Institute recognizes how dynamic human rights are when interacting with new situations and contexts so that it can adapt to new challenges and social risks. One of the challenges that have arisen is the interaction between investment law, both in national and international, and human rights as it intersects with contemporary investment governance. The BHR Institute views that the interaction of human rights issues in various ways with investment law is important for every enterprise to respond to. Therefore, the application of the principle of proportionality is fundamental to balance corporate “rights” and human rights in investment governance, including the principle of sustainable development that balances profit, peoples, and the planet. The BHR Institute adheres to the principles of fairness-affordability to determine the scope of corporate human rights responsibilities and a fair share of responsibility to find solutions, mitigate, and account for human rights problems that are impacted by company products, services, and activities.