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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!

Thank you,
Alex Guy, Digital Officer

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Press Releases

Renewable energy sector falling short on human rights, putting efforts to tackle the climate crisis at risk - 29 June 2020

Major tech companies still failing to prevent forced labour in supply chains as COVID-19 raises risk to workers - 9 June 2020

Fashion brands undermining COVID-19 response, putting workers and suppliers at risk - 28 May 2020

Judicial harassment of human rights activists rises 84% in 2019, as companies use courts to silence critics - 23 April 2020

COVID-19: Deep concern for construction workers in Qatar & UAE after firms quizzed on virus response - 9 April 2020

Colombia one of world’s most dangerous countries for campaigners against corporate abuse, finds NGO report - 27 February 2020

UN meeting spotlights companies’ human rights abuse in the Pacific region - 27 November 2019

Hotel sector failing to combat modern slavery and sexual exploitation, finds new study - 20 November 2019

Largest forestry companies are failing to combat forced labour in their supply chains - 13 November 2019

Largest German companies fall short on human rights ahead of Government deadline - 4 November 2019

One year to Expo 2020, UAE’s construction industry must do more to tackle abuse of migrant workers - 20 October 2019

Construction sector shows ‘lack of action’ on tackling forced labour of workers globally, says NGO - 17 October 2019

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre to audit companies’ Modern Slavery Act compliance for UK Home Office - 27 September 2019

Renewable energy technology’s demand for minerals could fuel human rights abuse in supply chains, says NGO - 5 September 2019

BHRRC celebrates new treaty to protect workers from violence & harassment, commits to work ahead - 21 June 2019

BHRRC joins 13 NGOS to brief MPs for debate on Modern Slavery Act - 19 June 2019

Renewable energy sector can make positive contributions to UN SDGs by respecting human rights - report - 5 June 2019

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre condemns the killing of Filipino labour leader, Dennis Sequeña - 4 June 2019

Tuna brands are failing to tackle modern slavery in their Pacific supply chains, putting workers in danger - 3 June 2019

Modern Slavery Registry welcomes Independent Review’s recommendations and urges government to act - 22 May 2019

Gig economy is 'frontline in battle for labour rights', as workers go to court to demand justice - 25 March 2019

After Brumadinho, Vale should be de-listed from the UN Global Compact, say civil society groups - 12 February 2019

Hotel chains in Qatar and UAE ‘failing’ to protect migrant workers ahead of World Expo and World Cup - 29 January 2019

Construction companies in Qatar and UAE ‘failing’ to protect migrant workers ahead of World Expo and World Cup - 29 January 2019

Brumadinho dam collapse: lessons in corporate due diligence and remedy for harm done - 28 January 2019

Human rights defenders and civic freedoms essential for profitable business, say major companies - 10 December, 2018

Major Apparel and Footwear Brands Failing to Tackle the Exploitation of Vulnerable Workers - 4 December, 2018

Syrian refugees risk exploitation in west-funded construction projects in Lebanon and Jordan - 3 December, 2018

UK’s flagship anti-slavery law failing to drive change in big business - 19 November, 2018

Brazil activists in London seeking justice over Doce River disaster - 7 November, 2018

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