Two years of Russian aggression: Decisive action by Western states urgently needed to ensure responsible business conduct
It’s been almost two years since the start of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine, yet many companies continue to play a critical role in enabling the aggression that brings endless human suffering. While the US, the EU and other Western countries have imposed unprecedented sanctions, more needs to be done, including further guidelines and enforcement mechanisms.View Post
New Russian laws draw businesses further into the orbit of war support, writes Nataliya Popovych, B4UkraineView Post
Companies operating in Russia remain woefully unaware of their human rights responsibilities, Ella Skybenko of BHRRC finds.View Post
From an attack on the rules-based international order to a new geopolitical corporate responsibility?
Bennett Freeman, Steering Committee member of B4Ukraine, explores the opportunity Russia's military aggression in Ukraine provides to improve business understanding of corporate responsibility.View Post
Not all parties are equal: understanding the responsibility for reparations in conflict-affected areas
Tara Van Ho, co-director, Essex Business & Human Rights Project, explains what businesses should be doing now to prepare for post-conflict Ukraine.View Post