This section contains opinion pieces from the business and human rights movement, written by both our global team and many authors outside of our organisation. These have been curated and published by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.
The 2023 warning sirens of a tipping point in climate breakdown are getting louder. We have wasted 40 years, deluded by powerful vested interests, the ease of ‘business as usual’, and the distraction of political manoeuvring. So a fast transition to clean energy has now become an emergency. But, to be fast, the transition must also be fair. It must build on precious public support rather than squander it.
On 24 February Russia invaded Ukraine prompting widespread global economic sanctions. Businesses operating in Russia have been under pressure to review their presence and undertake heightened due diligence - but one year on more than 1,000 companies are still present and there is little evidence of effective action.
Experts from civil society, governments and business discuss what Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence could mean for advancing human rights in business.
This blog series explores how global trade policy intersects with efforts to realise corporate accountability and respect for rights.
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