hide message

Welcome to the Resource Centre

We make it our mission to work with advocates in civil society, business and government to address inequalities of power, seek remedy for abuse, and ensure protection of people and planet.

Both companies and impacted communities thank us for the resources and support we provide.

This is only possible because of your support. Please make a donation today.

Thank you,
Phil Bloomer, Executive Director

Donate now hide message

Featured Stories

Story
6 November 2019

Weekly Update 6 November 2019: 57 activists arrested in police & military raids in the Philippines

Our run down of this week's top stories and breaking news about business & human rights. Includes company responses, the latest jobs and events announcements. READ THE FULL UPDATE Archive of past Weekly Updates since 2005 Weekly update sign-up

See full story

Story
5 November 2019

Australia: Civil liberties groups and business speak out over PM's proposal to ban protesters boycotting companies

Civil society groups and business speak out against proposals of the Morrison government to stop protesters boycotting companies they oppose. 

See full story

Story
4 November 2019

Brazil: Indigenous leader killed and other wounded in confrontation with loggers in indigenous territories

An indigenous forest protector named Paulo Paulino Guajajara was shot dead in the Amazon by illegal loggers on Saturday. Another indigenous defender, Laércio Souza Silva, escaped badly injured. It is the latest incident in a wave of violence targeting...

See full story

Story
4 November 2019

Out Now: Respect for Human Rights: A Snapshot of the Largest German Companies

See full story

Story
31 October 2019

Myanmar: Fears of more conflicts and human rights abuses around French energy giant EDF’s Shweli 3 dam project

A report alleges that French energy giant EDF is “ignoring the wishes of local people” and is pushing through with the Shweli 3 dam project despite the fears of conflict and human rights abuses that could result from it....

See full story

Story
31 October 2019

Weekly Update 30 October 2019: First lawsuit under French Duty of Vigilance law - NGOs sue Total

Our run down of this week's top stories and breaking news about business & human rights. Includes company responses, the latest jobs and events announcements. READ THE FULL UPDATE Archive of past Weekly Updates since 2005 Weekly update sign-up

See full story

Story
30 October 2019

European companies respond to AFL-CIO report alleging use of anti-union tactics in American South

The AFL-CIO report "The Double Standard at Work: European Corporate Investment and Workers' Rights in the American South", published in October 2019 examines European companies’ choices on workers’ organizing rights in Southern states of the United...

See full story

Story
29 October 2019

Mexico: Community activist & leader in campaign to unionise Torex Gold Resources goes missing, feared dead

Oscar Hernández Romero, a community leader, has been missing since September 23 and is feared dead. Hernández, from Cócula, Guerrero, was a leader in the campaign to unionize the Canadian mining company Torex Gold Resources, which set up shop in 2017....

See full story

Story
29 October 2019

UK: Google's contracted cleaners threaten strikes over alleged labour violations & dismissal of union members

In October 2019, members of Google's contracted cleaning team in London went on strike over labour rights concerns and the dismissal of two union representatives. The cleaners, contracted by cleaning firm Principle Cleaning Services, say Principle has...

See full story

Story
25 October 2019

58 people in Kenya sue Coca-Cola for alleged contaminated drinks

 

See full story

Get RSS feed of these results