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Author: 9/4/19 - Celia Ouellette, Director of the Responsible Business Initiative on the Death Penalty
Business must use its voice and power to help end this medieval practice, writes Celia Ouellette.
Author: Abdimalik Hajir, Standard Digital (Kenya)
"Safaricom launches Sh43m children's diabetes clinic"...
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Author: Philanthropy News Digest
The JUST Capital Foundation, in partnership with Forbes, has released the 2018 ranking of the one hundred most socially "just" companies in the United States... Based on a survey of fifty thousand Americans who were asked what they thought the most...
Author: Laura Collier, ECLT Foundation
Author: Denise Auclair, Senior Advisor, CIDSE
Author: Felogene Anumo and Inna Michaeli, AWID (member of Feminists for a Binding Treaty)
Author: Joseph Kibugu, Senior Researcher & Representative for Eastern Africa, and Joy Mabenge, Anglophone Southern & Western Africa Researcher & Representative, Business and Human Rights Resource Centre
The disproportionate power of corporations compared to host communities in mining areas calls for deeper thinking by human rights advocates to devise ways to empower such communities in mobilising against corporate-related human rights harm.
Author: Fernanda Hopenhaym, Executive Director at PODER
Fernanda Hopenhaym explores, from a feminist perspective, the importance of a UN Binding Treaty with a gender perspective and why it should be implemented.
Author: Ana Zbona, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
We sat down with the Peace Community of San Jose de Apartadó from Colombia, LUSH Cosmetics and Peace Brigades Int'l UK to explore how direct trade supports protection of defenders.