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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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Article
16 March 2020

USA: Companies release a signed letter calling on legislators to abandon anti-LGBTQ legislation

Author: Freedom for All Americans

"Business Statement on Anti-LGBTQ State Legislation", 11 March 2020...

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Article
11 March 2020

Women dominate top management at Unilever East Africa, contrary to regional male-dominance trend

Author: Lynet Igadwa, Business Daily (Kenya)

"Women lead Unilever C-Suite", 11 March 2020...

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Blog post
29 November 2019

Does a 'materiality' approach miss the mark on human rights?

Author: 29/11/19 - Dr Matthew Mullen, Founder of Article 30

Article 30 founder explores whether human rights can be quantified as a material risk to companies

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Article
25 November 2019

Business statement calls on governments to promote refugee inclusion in the Sustainable Development Goals

Author: Ben & Jerry's, Virgin, IRC, The B Team & 15 others

"Securing SDG progress and inclusion for refugees", November 2019...

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Article
15 November 2019

CHRB claims Amazon, Costco & Starbucks amongst the worst at identifying and addressing human rights issues

Author: Jennifer Thompson, Financial Times

"Starbucks, Amazon and Costco rapped for weak human rights disclosure", 14 November 2019...

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Story
6 November 2019

Democratic Republic of Congo: Community leader Mongulu Boyoha Alphonse & son arrested, allegedly following a complaint from Feronia

A long-standing land conflict with Plantations et Huileries du Congo (PHC), a subsidiary of Canadian company, Feronia Inc., resulted in arrests of community leaders in late October 2019.  PHC-Feronia operates three long-established palm oil plantations...

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5 November 2019
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Author: La Liga Contra el Silencio, en Pacifista.tv

"La multinacional que endulza académicos para favorecer el azúcar", 31 de octubre de 2019...

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Article
31 October 2019

Kenya: Local community seek UN inquiry for alleged historical land injustices where tea farms operate; includes Unilever's comment

Author: AFP

"Kenya community pushes for UN inquiry into tea land theft"...

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Article
14 October 2019
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Author: ComunicaRSE (Argentina)

Los gigantes de la alimentación se comprometen con la agricultura regenerativa” – 11 de octubre de 2019...

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Article
5 October 2019

Indonesia: Palm oil & paper companies under renewed scrutiny for breaking anti-logging commitment following forest fire

Author: Catherine Lai, Asia Times

"Burning issue: Indonesia fires put palm oil under scrutiny", 30 September 2019...

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