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2 Jun 2020

Briefings & Reports

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

International Migrants Day: Global analysis 2023

Between December 1 2022 and November 30 2023, we recorded 613 human rights abuse allegations against migrant workers toiling in supply chains across the globe. Explore our data through this interactive webpage to see the types of threats migrant workers face, which industries benefit from abuse and which migration corridors are most dangerous for the workers who use them.

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2023 KnowTheChain Apparel & Footwear Benchmark

KnowTheChain's latest assessment of 65 of the biggest apparel and footwear companies' efforts to address supply chain forced labour reveals companies remained largely reactive to human rights violations rather than evidencing robust, embedded human rights and environmental due diligence practices designed to prevent abuse.

Renewable Energy & Human Rights Benchmark 2023

A rights-respecting renewable energy sector will be vital if we are to deliver a fast and fair energy transition. Our third global Renewable Energy & Human Rights Benchmark examines the human rights policies and practices of 28 of the largest wind and solar developers and manufacturers.

Guardians at risk: Confronting corporate abuse in Latin America and the Caribbean

Latin America and the Caribbean is one of the most dangerous regions in the world for human rights defenders. Our analysis of data on attacks against HRDs who raise concerns about business operations reveals the failure of governments in Latin America and the Caribbean to fulfil their duty to protect human rights and the insufficiency of voluntary corporate action to respect human rights.

Falling out of fashion: Garment worker abuse under military rule in Myanmar

Two and a half years after the military coup that upended democratic rule in Myanmar, human and worker rights abuse is endemic throughout the country and on the rise.

Engagement, remedy & justice: Priorities for the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive from workers in the Global South

A briefing laying out key priorities for the EU's Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive based on workshops with workers, unions and labour rights advocates in Cambodia, India, Kenya and Uganda.

Transition Minerals Tracker: 2022 Analysis

Our annual analysis highlights the urgent need for a just energy transition based on three core principles: shared prosperity, robust human rights due diligence and worker, community, and defender rights protections, and fair negotiation between business, workers and communities.

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