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Updating the Resource Centre Digital Platform

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

We will soon be updating the site to improve its usability and better serve the thousands of people that use our site to support their work.

Please take an advance peek at our new look, and let us know what you think!

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Alex Guy, Digital Officer

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10 June 2020

CEO Action Group will support European Commission on advancing European Green Deal

Author: Modern Diplomacy

16 May 2020...

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28 April 2020
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Author: Дейкало Е. А., Гулак О. Н., Хлащенкова Ю. С., Воробьева Е. М.

Настоящее издание – аналитический обзор преимуществ, которые может иметь бизнес, если будет включать повестку прав человека в процессы управления компанией. Обзор является продолжением темы, издан в дополнение к Руководству [для бизнеса, государства и...

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8 January 2020
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Verdeckte Ermittler*innen der Arbeitsrechtsorganisation China Labour Watch (CLW) haben im Auftrag der Christlichen Initiative Romero (CIR) die Arbeitsbedingungen in chinesischen Spielwarenfabriken, die für internationale Konzerne produzieren,...

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7 January 2020

China: Investigation finds labour abuse & sexual harassment at toy factories producing for international brands; Includes company responses

In November 2019, labour rights NGO China Labour Watch released a report raising allegations of labour abuses faced by workers at five factories producing for international toy brands in Guangdong Province, China. Allegations include low wages,...

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Company response
9 December 2019

Lego's response

Author: Lego

We are concerned by the findings... regarding the Dongguan Wing Fai Foam Products factory which manufactures a very small selection of foam toys....

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20 November 2019
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Author: Ecoportal.net

“Lego cambia el plástico por bloques hechos con caña de azúcar” – 18 de noviembre de 2019...

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18 June 2019

UNICEF briefing: Why businesses should invest in digital child safety

Author: UNICEF

UNICEF has just released a brief on how companies can invest in digital child safety. With the rapidly expanding power and reach of the ICT sector,  communications and technology companies have been thrust into key policy debates around the risks and...

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18 December 2018

China: Major toy brands accused of sourcing from factories with poor working & living conditions

China Labor Watch has released a report based on research into four Chinese toy factories that supply Hasbro, Disney, Mattel and Lego, as well as German makers Simba Dickie Group, Schleich and Ravensburger. The findings reveal:...

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7 December 2018

Lego denies association with Chinese toy factories accused of 'nightmare' working conditions

Author: Chloe Taylor, CNBC

"'Nightmare' conditions at Chinese factories where Hasbro and Disney toys are made", 7 December 2018...

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11 September 2018
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Author: O Globo/New York Times (Brazil/US)

"Lego busca alternativas ao plástico, apostando em materiais biodegradáveis-Empresa dinamarquesa pretende substituir o material proveniente do petróleo por fibras vegetais ou garrafas recicladas", 10 de setembro de 2018...

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