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11 Jul 2017

Malin Oud, Raoul Wallenberg Institute (Sweden)

Phil Bloomer discusses the importance of business allies for human rights defenders in interview with Raoul Wallenberg Institute

"Human Rights Defenders Depend on Allies They Can Gain in Business", 4 Jul 2017

In [Raoul Wallenberg Institute]'s  latest episode of “On Human Rights,” we feature an interview from Almedalen with our Stockholm office director Malin Oud who speaks with Phil Bloomer, who is the executive director of the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre located in London. They talk about business and human rights, how business can be better at protecting human rights in their value chains and which businesses stand out.