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Briefings & Reports

This section contains annual, biannual, quarterly and regional bulletins published by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.

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2020 KnowTheChain Food & Beverage Benchmark

Ranking the 43 largest food and beverage companies on their efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains

Disconnected: The COVID-19 pandemic & call centre workers‘ rights in Tunisia & Morocco

Key human rights risks to call centre workers in Tunisia & Morocco and the steps taken by call centres and clients to protect workers during the pandemic

Union busting and unfair dismissals: Garment workers during COVID-19

We analysed the response of nine global apparel brands to allegations that garment factories in their supply chain are using COVID-19 as a cover to target and dismiss unionised workers

Recovering Rights series: Business and human rights in a just recovery

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and Center for Economic & Social Rights explore a just recovery from COVID-19

Renewable Energy & Human Rights Benchmark

First global human rights benchmark examines the human rights policies of 16 of largest wind and solar companies

KnowTheChain 2020 Information & Communications Technology Benchmark

We benchmarked of 49 largest ICT companies and looked at sector's efforts to tackle forced labour in supply chains

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