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Corporates face fines under EU due diligence law – ICAEW, 8 January 2024

Is the 'clean energy' mineral boom failing Africa? – Corporate Knights, 5 January 2024


Tanzanian Maasai visit Europe to urge action over their eviction from their lands – The Canary, 24 May 2023

Starbucks and Unilever are sourcing tea from plantations linked to rights abuse – Quartz, 24 May 2023

Report reveals human rights violations and environmental abuses in nickel supply chains in the Philippines and Indonesia – Indonesia Business Post, 22 May 2023

Human rights abuses exposed in EV battery supply chains – CathNews, 22 May 2023

Sustainabili-tea: Is it time for an ethical brew? – Wicked Leeks, 22 May 2023

Human rights group seeks tea suppliers ESG transparency – Supply Chain Digital, 22 May 2023

Major tea companies linked to plantations with reported human rights abuses, report says – Food Dive, 22 May 2023

Weekly data: how the rush for critical minerals threatens human rights – Energy Monitor, 22 May 2023

E-vehicle supply lines leave trail of abuse in Southeast Asia – Vatican News, 22 May 2023

Environmental Impact of EVs: Are They Truly Eco-Friendly? – Seasia, 19 May 2023

Tea companies ‘failing to address’ human rights abuses in supply chains – Supply Management, 19 May 2023

Tea buyers accused of failing to address human rights abuses – The Grocer, 19 May 2023

Tesco and M&S among tea buyers “failing to take action” to address human rights challenges – Grocery Gazette, 19 May 2023

Electric Vehicle Supply Chain Scarred by Human Rights Violations and Environmental Damage – Goad News, 18 May 2023

Q&A: Chinese-Dominated EV Supply Chains in Southeast Asia Grapple With Abuses – China Global South, 18 May 2023

'Riddled with abuse': Researchers warn of human rights violations in battery supply chains – Business Green, 17 May 2023

Nickel mining for EVs fuels risk of abuses in Southeast Asia – Context, 16 May 2023

Is nickel mining for EVs fuelling abuses in Southeast Asia? – Eco-Business, 16 May 2023

Report: EV battery making riddled with rights violations, environmental threats – Radio Free Asia, 16 May 2023

India second most dangerous country for HRs defenders – Pakistan Observer, 7 May 2023

India second most dangerous country for human rights defenders – Kashmir Media Service, 6 May 2023

India 2nd-most dangerous country in 2022 for those flagging concerns about corporate projects – Down To Earth, 5 May 2023

EACOP TotalEnergies named one of the worst companies for attacks against human rights defenders – The Canary, 4 May 2023

India, Brazil among most dangerous places for activists? Here's what report shows – LiveMint, 4 May 2023

India, Brazil among most dangerous places for activists: Report – Al Jazeera, 3 May 2023

Environmental activists under attack: India records highest incidences in Asia – EcoBusiness, 3 May 2023

South Africa: Energy transition mining disregards indigenous rights, report finds – The Africa Report, 26 April 2023

Human rights risks in South Africa ignored as race to reach net-zero intensifies – African Mining Market, 26 April 2023

Chinese companies win half of all African construction contracts employing alleged corrupt methods – The Economic Times, 25 April 2023

India's data localisation a stumbling block: UK parliamentary report on FTA – The Economic Times, 22 April 2023

Myanmar: trade unionists in the firing line – Social Europe, 19 April 2023

2022 was a particularly deadly year for land and environmental activists – Grist, 11 April 2023

Western fashion brands in Myanmar called out for worker abuse – Southeast Asia Globe, 6 April 2023

Why solar and wind developers ignore indigenous land claims at their peril – Reuters, 6 April 2023

Business groups want tougher action and commissioner to deal with modern slavery – The Mandarin, 6 April 2023

UK government’s “green day” electric car policies will sacrifice the Global South for transition minerals – The Canary, 6 April 2023

Puma opens up supply chain, sustainability efforts to Gen Z scrutiny – VogueBusiness 6 April 2023

The Foodprint of Tea – FoodPrint, 4 April 2023

Africa: The Need for a Strong Legal Treaty On Business And Human Rights – AllAfrica, 31 March 2023

From foe to friend? The brands seeking to partner with indigenous peoples to end deforestation – Reuters, 30 March 2023

Russian group targeting Chinese workers in African gold mines – The New Indian, 28 March 2023

Cutting its cloth: can a new industrial revolution transform Benin’s economy? – The Guardian, 21 March 2023

EU corporate sustainability legislation risks being toothless if banks not included – Disruption Banking, 17 March 2023

Investors Propose Changes to OECD Human Rights Standards – ESG Investor, 22 February 2023

Neom: International companies ignore questions over human rights risks – Middle East Eye, 21 February 2023

UK arms firms spy chance to wean India off Russia – Politico, 13 February 2023

Environmental Activists Fight Back as Companies Resort to ‘Lawfare’ To Quash Criticism – Good Men Project, 4 February 2023

Asos Joins Forces With GoodWeave to Fight Modern Slavery in India – Sourcing Journal, 3 February 2023

OPINION: Fashion Brands Are Profiting From the Erosion of Workers' Rights in Myanmar – Newsweek, 2 February 2023

Stay or Go? In Myanmar, Fashion Faces More Questions Than Answers – Sourcing Journal, 2 February 2023

Brands failing to protect Myanmar garment workers – JustStyle, 26 January 2023

Brands 'failing to protect Myanmar workers' – EcoTextile, 24 January 2023

Fashion brands failing to protect Myanmar workers from labour abuse – Apparel Resources, 24 January 2023

SLB wins Russia business as oilfield rivals exit after Ukraine invasion – 19 January 2023

Fashion retailer Shein in talks to raise funds at lower valuation of $64 bln – Reuters, 18 January 2023

Tech sector not addressing forced labour risks: report – Sustainable Growth Voice, 10 January 2023

Tech Sector at Risk from HRDD Rules – ESG Investor, 10 January 2023

Human rights failings from ICT sector ‘red flag’ for investors – ESG Clarity, 10 January 2023

Tech firms failing to address forced labour in supply chains – Computer Weekly, 10 January 2023

OPINION: Tech supply chain workers vulnerable to forced labour – Context, 10 January 2023

Secure Foundations Offer Hope of Greater Protection – ESG Investor, 4 January 2023

Out of the shadows: Dangers faced by migrant workers in Gulf states – New Internationalist, 4 January 2023


Environmental Activists Fight Back as Companies Resort to ‘Lawfare’ to Quash Criticism – DeSmog, 20 December 2022

UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, Day 2: A Compass for ‘Big Tech' – Sustainable Brands, 17 December 2022

Qatar’s $300 Billion World Cup Is Headed for an Epic Comedown – Bloomberg, 15 December 2022

Kenya’s energy transition risks being derailed by human rights failures – China Dialogue, 13 December 2022

Cases of migrant worker abuse in Qatar continue to be reported during World Cup – The Independent, 9 December 2022

Dutch investors slam EU Council position on due diligence directive – Responsible Investor, 6 December 2022

This is the side of the World Cup that Qatar would prefer you ignore – The Independent, 13 December 2022

Sportswashing and spectacle as Qatar's World Cup of conflicts kicks off – The Independent, 20 November 2022

East Africans abused ‘most’ as Qatar built World Cup stadiums – The East African, 19 November 2022

Seafood, rubber gloves, oranges: the products you buy in Australia could be linked to modern slavery – SBS News, 18 November 2022

Alarm sounded over push for exclusion on FIs from EU due diligence directive – Responsible Investor, 18 November 2022

Why Asia Inc. is rushing to sponsor the Qatar World Cup – Nikkei, 18 November 2022

Female migrant workers speak out about harassment in Qatar’s World Cup hotels – The Guardian, 17 November 2022

RADIO: Corporate Australia idle on modern slavery – ABC News, 17 November 2022

Australia’s modern slavery law not working, report says – Al Jazeera, 17 November 2022

Human rights coalition calls on government to overhaul its modern slavery laws – The Guardian, 17 November 2022

Two Thirds Of Businesses Failing To Comply With Modern Slavery Act – TripleM, 17 November 2022

Everything wrong with the Qatar World Cup – The Independent, 16 November 2022

Do human rights get enough attention from ESG investors? – The Globe and Mail, 15 November 2022

Cop27: A Just Transition Depends on Energy Systems that Work for Everyone – The Namibian, 15 November 2022

Setting human-rights due diligence back on track – Social Europe, 15 November

Today Programme: Qatar World Cup – BBC Radio 4, 15 November 2022

Qatar World Cup: Families seek answers over migrant worker deaths – BBC News, 15 November 2022

We spoke to the workers who built Qatar's World Cup dream – Context, 15 November 2022

Letter: Don’t forget rights in rush to find ‘transition’ minerals – Financial Times, 14 November 2022

Stadiums of shame: the numbers World Cup hosts Qatar don’t want to be seen – The Guardian, 14 November 2022

A just transition depends on energy systems that work for everyone – The Guardian, 13 November 2022

Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022: Human rights campaigners say 'the question is what happens after the World Cup?' – The Scotsman, 12 November 2022

'A World Cup Built on Modern Slavery’ – Rolling Stone, 8 November 2022

‘The lungs of Doha’: hotels are where life in Qatar really happens – Financial Times Magazine, 8 November 2022

FIFA World Cup, Qatar, & Migrant Workers: A Tale of Abuse, Deaths, & Reform – The Quint, 8 November 2022

Tapping into global energy transition – The Independent (Uganda), 3 November 2022

Indigenous peoples fear being overshadowed after COP26 moment in the sun – Reuters Sustainable Business, 31 October 2022

Rethinking Scale in Climate Solutions – Stanford Social Innovation Review, 26 October 2022

World Cup 2022: Migrant worker abuse shames whole world, not just Qatar – Middle East Eye, 26 October 2022

The Green Brief: Beware the zombie Energy Charter Treaty – Euractiv, 26 October 2022

How Elizabeth Mrema is striving to affect a ‘Paris moment’ for nature – Reuters, 25 October 2022

New investor guide addresses social aspect of renewable energy – SG Voice, 25 October 2022

Fast and unfair energy transition will fail – ESG Clarity, 25 October 2022

The State of Human Rights Implementation in Shipping – Maritime Executive, 21 October 2022

Fast-fashion giant SHEIN launches resale platform – SG Voice, 19 October 2022

At least 93 cases of migrant worker abuse found in Qatar in year before World Cup – The Independent, 17 October 2022

Texas-based oil giant accused of failing to help its Russian workers avoid being conscripted by Putin – Business Insider, 15 October 2022

Egypt silenced climate experts’ voices before hosting Cop27 – The Guardian, 14 October 2022

Schlumberger faces employee backlash in Russia over draft cooperation – Reuters, 14 October 2022

Schlumberger faces backlash from workers in Russia – East Coast Daily, 14 October 2022

Ukraine latest updates – Al Jazeera, 14 October 2022

Latest developments in Ukraine – Voice of America, 14 October 2022

Is the pandemic setting back trade union rights in Asia? – Fashion Network, 13 October 2022

Retailers urged to ‘responsibly exit’ from Myanmar – Drapers, 12 October 2022

Post Pandemic, Fashion Continues to Backslide on Labour Rights – Business of Fashion, 11 October 2022

Union crackdown in Asia exploiting garment workers – Just Style, 11 October 2022

BHRRC highlights worsening human rights among garment workers – Apparel Resources, 11 October 2022

Garment workers disclose worsening human rights issues in new report – Fashion United, 11 October 2022

Garment workers exploited in union crackdown – EcoTextile, 11 October 2022

What the crackdown on trade unions means for Asia’s garment workers – Inside Retail Asia, 11 October 2022

Factory Worker Union Rights ‘Under Attack?’ What Adidas Has to Say – Sourcing Journal, 11 October 2022

With Covid providing cover, fashion’s trade unions are under attack – Vogue Business, 11 October 2022

Brand Audits ‘Just Camouflage,’ Pervasive Union-busting, Harassment and the Like, Report Say – WWD, 11 October 2022

UK firms using legal muscle to facilitate human rights and climate abuses – The Guardian, 11 October 2022

SLAPP attack: The clap-back against lawsuits that threaten climate activism. – The Wave, 5 October 2022

Four people killed every week for protecting the land – Mail & Guardian, 2 October 2022

Kremlin calls up Russia Inc to war effort – The Telegraph, 30 September 2022

Every two days, a land defender is killed. Most are Indigenous. – Grist, 30 September 2022

Surveillance tech firms complicit in MENA human rights abuses – Computer Weekly, 30 September 2022

One person is killed every two days defending the environment. The EU must act. – EuroNews, 29 September 2022

Biometrics developers among tech companies criticized for business in risky regions – Biometric Update, 29 September 2022

Invasive surveillance tech violates migrants' rights in Mena region, report finds – Middle East Eye, 27 September 2022

OPINION: Reform must be the legacy of the Qatar World Cup – Context, 27 September 2022

Tesla Uses Company Guilty of Oil Price Manipulation, Bribery, and Corruption for EV Batteries – The Epoch Times, 27 September 2022

New Federal Anti-SLAPP Legislation Would Protect Activists and Whistleblowers From Abusive Lawsuits – Inside Climate News, 23 September 2022

Football needs more than armbands to put real pressure on Qatar – The Independent, 21 September 2022

Myanmar-Sourcing Brands Between a Rock and a Hard Place – Sourcing Journal, 19 September 2022

Migrant labourers in Qatar lose jobs weeks before World Cup – The Independent, 16 September 2022

Kourtney Kardashian faces criticism for becoming fast-fashion brand Boohoo's sustainability ambassador – Insider, 7 September 2022

Can tea be saved from freefall? Hot beverages category report 2022 – The Grocer, 3 September 2022

Global Britain’s new dilemma: trade, or human rights? – Politico, 31 August 2022

Does ESG contain the seeds of its own destruction? – MiningMix, 31 August 2022

PODCAST: Clean the messy trail – Mongabay, 27 August

Qatar treatment of migrant workers under spotlight again ahead of World Cup – The World, 26 August 2022

Just Transitions: Can Wind and Solar Projects Turn Human Rights Lessons Into Leadership? – State of the Planet, 25 August 2022

Only four Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup sponsors addressing migrant worker risk – InsideTheGames, 23 August 2022

The world will be watching as Qatar hosts the 2022 World Cup ... for better or worse – LA Times, 11 August 2022

Kirin gets tangled in the divestment debate – Financial Times Moral Money, 8 August 2022

OPINION: Fashion Brands Have Failed to Protect Workers in Military-Ruled Myanmar – The Diplomat, 5 August 2022

New EU due diligence law needs amending to stop tech sector abuse – Computer Weekly, 3 August 2022

In Zimbabwe, an aborted quarry shows need for community consultation – China Dialogue, 2 August 2022

Myanmar coup ‘taking its toll’ on garment workers – Just Style, 2 August 2022

Myanmar: Time for fashion brands to exit? – Vogue Business, 26 July 2022

Fashion brands from Zara to H&M urged to make ‘responsible exit’ from Myanmar – South China Morning Post, 26 July 2022

Brands accused of failing to protect workers – EcoTextile, 26 July 2022

Adidas, H&M and Zara told to make ‘responsible exit’ from Myanmar – The Independent, 26 July 2022

Fashion brands failing to protect Myanmar’s garment workers, says report – Just Style, 26 July 2022

Opinion: Investors in Central Asia hydropower must address human rights – The Third Pole, 26 July 2022

Meta publishes first human rights report – Board Agenda, 22 July 2022

2022 World Cup: Qatar hotels accused of failing to end ‘abusive recruitment practices’ – The Independent, 13 July 2022

Qatar World Cup 2022: ‘Major concerns’ about abuse of workers at international hotel brands – iNews, 13 July 2022

Just two Qatar World Cup hotel chains signed up to international 'employer pays principle' – The Telegraph, 13 July 2022

Qatar hotels increase transparency though more needed to scrap illegal recruitment fees – Doha News, 13 July 2022

Weaponising the law against free expression – Southeast Asia Globe, 13 July 2022

Why hydropower’s human rights problem may be insurmountable – Energy Monitor, 11 July 2022

Dead solar panels are about to become a lot more valuable – The Verge, 8 July 2022

Tech sector efforts to root out forced labour are failing – Computer Weekly, 1 July 2022

Violations of human rights are delaying the green transition in Kenya – DanWatch, 1 July 2022

UK brushes off human rights concerns to start trade talks with GCC – Global Trade Review, 29 June 2022

OPINION: Rio Tinto’s ‘Co-management’ Business Model Must be Standard-setter – ESG Investor, 17 June 2022

China’s Solar Projects Raise Land Grabbing Concerns – Sixth Tone, 17 June 2022

Companies need to get better at value chain due diligence – BusinessGreen, 17 June 2022

Kenya’s Green Power Push Marred by Human Rights Breaches, Report Says – Bloomberg, 14 June 2022

Human rights failures in Kenya offer lessons for SA’s ‘just transition’ – BusinessDay, 14 June 2022

WATCH: Qatar's FIFA Torture Camps Exposed – NewsX, 14 June 2022

Anti-money laundering proposals ‘uninspired and insipid’, say MPs – The Guardian, 10 June 2022

OPINION: Fashion Brands Must Be Held Liable for Gender-Based Abuse – Newsweek, 7 June 2022

Nike, Adidas Targeted by Labor Campaigns in Cambodia – Sourcing Journal, 7 June 2022

Bangladesh fire: 10 deadly disasters for workers in South Asia – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 7 June 2022

US cautions China against violations of human rights in Africa – The Print, 2 June 2022

Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Mandates Supply Chain Due Diligence – Sustainable Brands, 2 June 2022

African Creator Economy - A Socioeconomic Renaissance of the Continent? – AllAfrica, 2 June 2022

Calls for responsible renewable energy system in India by consortium of key industry leaders – PV Magazine, 31 May 2022

Colombian Election Offers a Historic Opportunity to Protect Land Rights Defenders – NACLA, 28 May 2022

Courts Are Not A Weapon: How Corporations Like Chevron Use The Law To Get Their Way – Forbes, 26 May 2022

SLAPPED DOWN – New Internationalist, 16 May 2022

World Cup hit by fresh scandal over stadium sites - with Qatar 'planting spies among migrant workers' to crack down on whistleblowers – Daily Mail, 14 May 2022

Wyndham to Investigate as Qatari Hotel Says Gay Guests Banned – Bloomberg, 13 May 2022

The ESG Interview: Transition at Risk – ESG Investor, 13 May 2022

OPINION: Supplying the Green Transition Must Be Fast and Fair – Project Syndicate, 12 May 2022

Coalition demands tougher EU due diligence law – EcoTextile, 12 May 2022

What You Should Know About How Companies Gag Environmental & Human Rights Voices – Global Citizen, 9 May 2022

OPINION: Clean energy is imperative to arrest catastrophe – BusinessDay, 9 May 2022

Are Rights Abuses Tarnishing China’s Image in Africa? – Voice of America, 6 May 2022

NGO tracks 61 new human rights abuse allegations against 28 mining firms in 2021 – Daily Maverick, 4 May 2022

Glencore Rights Record Worst in Green Metals, Group Says – Bloomberg, 4 May 2022

Garment worker abuse 'increased in pandemic' – Eco Textile, 26 April 2022

Women workers in India are facing more abuse in workplace – Apparel Resources, 22 April 2022

Report highlights abuse in Indian garment sector – Apparel Insider, 21 April 2022

India’s garment worker abuse worsens, report says – Vogue Business, 21 April 2022

Safe, legitimate engagement between firms, human rights defenders key to a just transition – EcoBusiness, 21 April 2022

How clean energy could see environmental activism become even more deadly – The Independent, 7 April 2022

Land defenders face violence and repression. Clean energy could make it worse. – Grist, 6 April 2022

615 attacks in 2021: Activists must fear for their lives as they go up against companies (Danish) – Danwatch, 5 April 2022

Lessons from Russia: A Rights-Based Approach to Energy Policy in the EU – Earth.org, 5 April 2022

[PODCAST] EU Influence from Politico – Politico, 1 April 2022

Qatar 2022: Don’t let the glitzy draw blind you to the barbaric reality of this World Cup – iNews, 1 April 2022

European companies that have not left Russia – EuropaToday, 30 March 2022

Excuses, excuses? Why some companies won’t stop trading in Russia – Politico, 28 March 2022

Justice for Miskito divers: a turning point for business and human rights standards from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights – OpenGlobalRights, 21 March 2022

OPINION: Constitutional Court can slap down the corporate weaponising of the law – BusinessDay, 14 March 2022

Indian Supplier to Walmart, Carter’s Accused of ‘Slave Labor’ – Sourcing Journal, 28 February 2022

EU Due Diligence Directive Has “Lost its Ambition” – ESG Investor, 24 February 2022

Boohoo share price continues to sell off on widespread ESG issues – The Armchair Trader, 21 February 2022

How Unilever’s tea business became a test of private equity’s conscience – The Financial Times, 16 February 2022

Proper mineral extraction is critical for the energy transition – Arab News, 14 Feb 2022

Companies call for tough EU due diligence law – EcoTextile, 11 February 2022

Why wind and solar companies need to address human rights – Energy Monitor, 9 February 2022

Garment Workers Owed $60 Million in ‘Largest Global Wage Theft,' Watchdog Says – VICE, 9 February 2022

Everything You Need to Know About New York’s Fashion Act – WWD, 9 February 2022

Companies protest delay in EU human rights due diligence legislation – Board Agenda, 9 February 2022

OPINION: Corporate due diligence—it’s in short supply – Social Europe, 8 February 2022

Company coalition calls for robust human rights due diligence laws – Euractiv, 8 February 2022

Financial actors should be included in EU’s due diligence directive, say investors and corporations – Responsible Investor, 8 February 2022

FAs accused of failure to conduct human rights due diligence for Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup – InsideTheGames, 8 February 2022

OPINION: U.K. Investment in Africa Shouldn't Come at the Expense of Human Rights – Newsweek, 30 January 2022

AAFA urges factories to pay garment workers – EcoTextile, 28 January 2022

Pilots say Qatar Airways monitors and muzzles staff online – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 28 January 2022 (reposted by Reuters, The Economic Times)

Pilots raise alarm at Qatar Airways for doctored hours, hidden fatigue – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 27 January 2022 (reposted by Al Arabiya, Middle East Eye, Doha News)

Labor Activists Dismiss NagaWorld’s Statement as “Unacceptable” – Cambodianess, 25 January 2022

Brands urged to address India wage theft – EcoTextile, 21 January 2022

UK seeks closer investment ties with Africa – The Independent, 20 January 2022

Slavery Entrenched by Law: Immigrant Workers in the Gulf – AlBawaba, 16 January 2022

Why are only ten tea companies disclosing their suppliers? – Inkoperscafe, 12 January 2022

'I am black and I have insulted the royal family in Qatar. I'm going to disappear' – De Standaard, 8 January 2022


Human cost of China's green energy rush ahead of Winter Olympics – AFP (France24, Japan Times, World Republic News, Kuwait Times), 21 December 2021

OPINION: Qatar's Luxury Hotels Must Protect Migrant Workers Ahead of World Cup 2022 – Newsweek, 18 December 2021

Qatar 2022: Migrant workers still facing ‘appalling’ treatment with a year until the World Cup – iNews, 17 December 2021

Qatar World Cup ex-staffer jailed for corruption in controversial rights case – Khmer Times, 17 December 2021

Qatar World Cup committee employee held for corruption – AFP (Global Village Space), 16 December 2021

‘Time is up’: Human rights NGO calls out sexual violence and poverty wages in tea supply chain – FoodNavigator, 16 December 2021

NGOs ask von der Leyen to intervene on delayed corporate human rights law – Euractiv, 9 December 2021

Tea brands and retailers called on to reveal suppliers – The Grocer, 8 December 2021

2021 a ‘Landmark’ for Corporate Human Rights Litigation – Sustainable Brands, 1 December 2021

Union accuses H&M of violating own policies in warehouse dispute – Financial Times, 30 November 2021

Renewables industry 'makes modest human rights progress' – reNEWS, 18 November 2021

‘We have fallen into a trap’: for hotel staff Qatar’s World Cup dream is a nightmare – The Guardian, 18 November 2021

Human rights abuses run rampant in the renewable energy sector, report finds – NPR, 17 November 2021 [BROADCAST INTERVIEW]

Investors call for stronger social protections in upcoming EU due diligence rules – Responsible Investor, 11 November 2021

Report: The renewable future is being built on exploitation, too – Grist, 8 November 2021

BlackRock and Brookfield among worst performers in human rights benchmark for renewables giants – Responsible Investor, 3 November 2021

Can we mine our way to a greener future without sacrificing human rights? – New Statesman, 28 October 2021

Asos, Primark Urge UK to Enact Mandatory Due-Diligence Law – Sourcing Journal, 22 October 2021

Companies call for British due diligence law – EcoTextile, 22 October 2021

Due diligence laws would have held Boohoo liable – Apparel Insider, 22 October 2021

Tesco and ASOS call for legal crackdown on human rights abuse – City A.M., 22 October 2021

Asos, Primark Among 36 U.K. Businesses Calling for Tighter Labor, Environmental Laws – WWD, 22 October 2021

Retailers press for human rights and environmental checks on supply chains – The Guardian, 22 October 2021

EXPLAINER: Five reasons why it's hard to stop migrant abuse in the Gulf – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 21 October 2021

'Wage theft' in UAE robs African deportees of future – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 21 October 2021

Fashion NGOs ask EU for sustainability open data principles – Just Style, 6 October 2021

NGOs want open data from reporting directive – EcoTextile, 5 October 2021

As China’s Belt and Road Initiative steams ahead in Africa, West plays catch up – Firstpost, 1 October 2021

California’s garment labour law: The global implications – Vogue Business, 30 September 2021

China’s pledge to stop building coal power plants abroad opens door for its renewable energy firm – South China Morning Post, 30 September 2021

Why now for fashion’s green goals? – Drapers, 28 September 2021

EU urged to hold social auditors liable – EcoTextile, 13 September 2021

‘Check-Box’ Social Audits Are Failing Workers, According to Report – WWD, 8 September 2021 (reposted by Yahoo News)

Social audit firms 'must be held to account' – EcoTextile, 8 September 2021

OPINION: Don’t sacrifice human rights in the name of development – Al Jazeera, 4 September 2021

The NGO position on the EU’s proposed social taxonomy – ResponsibleInvestor, 2 September 2021

We can’t build our way out of the environmental crisis – The Guardian, 1 September 2021

As new signs of climate change emerge, here’s how you can invest in companies and funds that keep the environment safe – CNBC, 1 September 2021

China-backed mining deepens Papua New Guinea's golden dilemma – Nikkei Asia, 24 August 2021

Rights groups criticise Qatar following Bidali release – Doha News, 20 August 2021

OPINION: Human rights impact of China’s ‘Going Out’ policy highlights challenges of a just transition – Reuters Events Sustainable Business, 19 August 2021

China’s business operations in Africa may have a human rights problem – Quartz Africa, 18 August 2021 (reposted by Nestia)

Cambodian dam a ‘disaster’ for local communities, rights group says – Mongabay, 18 August 2021

Report Reveals Human Rights Cost of China’s Global Investment – Epoch Times, 17 August 2021

Corporate America impatient over Biden China trade review – Politico, 16 August 2021

China not Southeast Asia’s top investor, but fears over its economic influence persist: study – South China Morning Post, 13 August 2021

China’s Belt and Road Dam Project Leads to Human Rights Concerns in Cambodia: Report – Epoch Times, 13 August 2021

Myanmar Port Project Highlighted in China’s BRI Human Rights Abuses – Maritime Executive, 13 August 2021

China's Belt And Road Project Involved With 679 Human Rights Violations, Researchers Say – Global Economic Report, 12 August 2021

Report highlights human rights impact of China's miners – Mining Journal, 12 August 2021

New Silk Road: Beijing violates human rights – The China Table, 11 August 2021

Human rights claims undermine China's investment abroad, report finds – Reuters, 11 August 2021 (reposted by MSN News, Channel News Asia, Mekong Eye, Global Banking & Finance Review, Yahoo News, South China Morning Post, Taiwan News)

Alleged abuses linked to China’s ‘Belt and Road’ projects: report – Al Jazeera, 11 August 2021

Myanmar’s dependence on China increases even as a new report slams BRI related abuses – The Economic Times, 11 August 2021

Report: Human Rights Abuses Cloud China’s Investment Push in The Global South – The China Africa Project, 11 August 2021

Chinese dam abuses highlight growing human rights concerns over 'Belt and Road' initiatives – The Telegraph, 11 August 2021

Human rights abuses claimed in hundreds of China belt and road projects – South China Morning Post, 11 August (reposted by Hong Kong News)

Chinese banks stay silent on human rights allegations – Global Trade Review, 11 August 2021

OPINION: Business is finally getting the hang of human rights, but more can be done – BusinessDay, 9 August 2021

Chinese retailer Shein lacks disclosures, made false statements about factories – Reuters, 6 August 2021 (reposted by The Economic Times, Times of India, Inside Retail, Publico)

Eyes on Boohoo backers as damning report reveals persistent supply chain issues – Portfolio Adviser, 5 August 2021

OPINION: Kazakhstan’s oil sector is rife with human rights abuses – The Third Pole, 3 August 2021

The inflated cost of defending human rights – Open Global Rights, 28 July 2021

Report: Qatar Accused of Worker Abuse Ahead of World Cup – i24NEWS English, 19 July 2021 [Broadcast interview]

Nepalis among workers exploited in Qatar’s high-end hotels set up for FIFA World Cup – The Kathmandu Post, 17 July 2021

Labor in Qatar: Warnings of the “failure” of global hospitality companies in protecting workers – BBC Arabic, 15 July 2021

In Qatar, luxury hotels accused of failing to protect migrant workers' rights – RFI, 14 July 2021

Hotel workers in Qatar facing abuse in run up to World Cup, report says – Middle East Eye, 14 July 2021

Qatar gov. responds after British NGO highlights ‘migrant worker abuse at World Cup hotels’ – Doha News, 14 July 2021

Qatar’s luxury hotels accused of worker abuses: Report – The Doha Globe, 14 July 2021

Hotel workers in Qatar ‘suffer abuse’ in run up to World Cup – The Independent, 14 July 2021

Qatar’s hotels accused of hospitality workers abuses – Al Jazeera, 14 July 2021

Qatar: New study reveals exploitation of workers in the hotel industry – Sportschau, 14 July 2021 [Broadcast interview]

Factbox-Grief and neglect: 10 factory disasters in South Asia – Reuters, 9 July 2021

Wind Project Splinters a Mexico Region Prized for Powerful Gusts – Bloomberg, 9 July 2021

The Violent Cost of Conservation – Audubon Magazine, 8 July 2021

SLAPPing them down: how the courts scare off climate and human rights activists – Crikey, 7 July 2021

SLAPPed but Not Silenced: Defending Human Rights in the Face of Legal Risks – MoneyLife, 28 June 2021

Corporate power and abuse is a root cause of migration – People's World, 28 June 2021

Mining holds the key to a green future – no wonder human rights activists are worried – The Guardian, 27 June 2021

Adani continues case against Pennings, has major investors withdraw, and hits first coal – The Echo, 25 June 2021

OPINION: The UNGPs are 10 years old. What needs to happen now? – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 23 June 2021

Climate colonialism and the EU’s Green Deal – Al Jazeera, 23 June 2021 (reposted by The News International)

Boohoo’s lack of progress in addressing labour rights abuses is a concern – Apparel Resources, 19 June 2021

Fresh concerns over Boohoo’s supply chain progress – Apparel Insider, 18 June 2021

Fashion giant Boohoo set to join official 'list of shame' after investors rebel over fat cat pay: But founder survives – The Daily Mail, 18 June 2021

Concerns raised over Boohoo’s ethical progress – Drapers, 18 June 2021

Boohoo accused of failing to improve working conditions in its supply chain – The Guardian, 18 June 2021

Boohoo criticised on efforts to improve supply chain practices – JustStyle, 18 June 2021

Sparks fly at boohoo AGM as investors revolt over ESG concerns – Proactive Investors, 18 June 2021

Boohoo founder Carol Kane set to overcome shareholder row amid new “slavery” claims – The Evening Standard, 18 June 2021 (reposted by Yahoo News, UK Time News, MSN News, London News Today, UK Today News, Canada Express News, Eminetra)

Boohoo lacks progress in addressing supply chain abuse, rights groups say – Retail Gazette, 18 June 2021

Boohoo questioned on workers' rights progress – EcoTextile, 18 June 2021

Revealed: the UK’s business links to Nagorno-Karabakh – OpenDemocracy, 17 June 2021 (reposted by NEWSam, Nouvelles d'Arménie)

A plea to Swiss banks from the Russian Arctic – SwissInfo, 17 June 2021 (reposted by Expatica)

Call for sanctions against lawyers over 'SLAPP' tactics – The Law Society Gazette, 15 June 2021

Is This What Social Murder Looks Like? – The Medical Republic, 10 June 2021

Chaarat's Kapan mine named in human rights abuse report – MiningJournal, 9 June 2021

All About Money with the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre on Transition Minerals – Hong Kong International Business Channel, 4 June 2021 [Broadcast interview]

Wirtschaft und Menschenrechte: ein Auftrag für die neue EU-Kommission (German - by BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - A&W Blog, 8 August 2019

Kenyan migrant activist charged in Qatar over 'spreading misinformation' – Kenya Peoples Assembly, 2 June 2021

Fashion brands failing to safeguard supply chain workers – JustStyle, 2 June 2021

Behind Bangladesh Accord’s Three-Month Extension, Bluesign CEO Steps Down: Short Takes – WWD, 1 June 2021 (reposted by Yahoo News)

Kenyan activist in Qatar charged with taking payment to spread disinformation – The Star, 1 June 2021

Qatar charges migrant activist with taking payment to spread disinformation – Reuters, 30 May 2021 (reposted by U.S. News, Sawt Beirut International, Middle East Online, Rights Corridor, Live Mint, Devdiscourse)

The Arrest of Malcolm Bidali Traumatizes a Family and Weakens an Organizing Effort – Al Bawaba, 25 May 2021

Alarm after Kenyan migrant worker Malcolm Bidali arrested in Qatar – The Nation, 14 May 2021

Rights groups ask Qatar to disclose whereabouts of migrant rights commentator – Reuters, 13 May 2021 (reposted by Thomson Reuters Foundation, U.S. News, Devdiscourse, National Post, Yahoo News, Today Online, Sawt Beirut International, Al Gulf, The Arab Weekly, Al Arabiya)

Sustainability bonds accused of failing to address social issues – Responsible Investor, 11 May 2021

Dubai Expo's German Pavilion working with UAE firm accused of serious rights abuses: rights group – The New Arab, 8 May 2021

German company using UAE firm with record of migrant worker abuse, rights group says – Middle East Monitor, 7 May 2021

Ensuring all aspects of solar and energy storage supply chains are transparent, sustainable, and just – PV Magazine, 4 May 2021

In Colombia, Indigenous Lands Are Ground Zero for a Wind Energy Boom – Yale Environment 360, 3 May 2021

Rare win for Nepal indigenous groups as EIB admits 'gaps' in hydropower project – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 30 April 2021 (reposted by Reuters, BusinessDay)

India: la segunda ola del Covid asesta el golpe definitivo al textil del país – Modaes, 29 April 2021

Jobs taken, benefits too – The Daily Star, 27 April 2021

Australian-backed company accused of exploring for gold in violence-riven Myanmar – The Guardian, 21 April 2021

Brands 'failing to protect migrant workers' – EcoTextile, 12 April 2021

Social auditors 'should be liable for reports' – EcoTextile, 7 April 2021

Production countries in the pandemic: the situation is worse than before – Fashion United, 7 April 2021

Who’s fixing up human rights issues in renewables supply chains? – Power Technology, 7 April 2021

Report highlights modern slave labour in Pacific fishing industry – World Socialist Web Site, 6 April 2021

Deliveroo IPO: Is the gig economy empire crumbling? – City A.M., 31 March 2021 [OpEd]

Birmanie : après le coup d'Etat, EDF se retire, Total reste – LesEchos, 31 March 2021

Australian Olympic uniform supplier ASICS caught in human rights cotton controversy – ABC News, 29 March 2021 (reposted by The New Daily)

Garment workers’ rights in Sri Lanka under threat during COVID pandemic – BrightGreen, 26 March 2021

New Guidance for Private Sector on Addressing Risks of Retaliation Against Project Stakeholders – MarketScreener, 26 March 2021

Boyish Sets New Targets Aligned with UN’s Sustainable Development Goals – Sourcing Journal, 25 March 2021

Boohoo cleans up UK supply chain but still ‘miles behind’ competitors, experts say – Proactive, 25 March 2021

New report says not enough being done to address slavery in canned tuna supply chains – Thai Enquirer, 24 March 2021

NGO claims ‘glacial’ progress being made by tuna firms to tackle slavery in Pacific waters – Undercurrent News, 24 March 2021

New report says worker conditions in canned tuna industry worsened during COVID-19 – ABC Pacific Beat, 24 March 2021 [Broadcast interview]

Canned tuna brands making ‘glacial progress’ in tackling modern slavery – BusinessWorld, 24 March 2021

Canned tuna brands making 'glacial progress' in tackling modern slavery – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 23 March 2021 (reposted by Reuters, DeviDiscourse, The Globe And Mail, The Daily Mail, Money & Markets Watchdog, Head Topics Canada, The Guardian Live Blog)

Tuna brands largely failing to combat slavery in Pacific – RNZ, 23 March 2021 (reposted by Samoa News, Asia Pacific Report)

He tried to save a rare parrot. It cost him his life. – The Washington Post, 20 March 2021

Foreign brands make huge profits ignoring labour rights – Prothom Alo English, 19 March 2021

All About Money with the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre – Hong Kong International Business Channel, 17 March 2021 [Broadcast interview]

Laws won't make modern slavery any more illegal, investors must put their foot down for businesses to change – City A.M., 17 March 2021

Protesters playing ‘dangerous game’ with Myanmar’s economy, warn businesses – The Financial Times, 17 March 2021

‘Fear filled’ products on sale to raise awareness about slavery in Australia – 7News Australia, 16 March 2021

Fashion brands urged to fix 'broken industry' with pledge on workers' pay – Reuters, 15 March 2021 (reposted by Thomson Reuters Foundation, National Post, Devdiscourse, Global Banking & Finance Review, bdnews24, Publico, MintLounge, The New Nation, Fashion Network, The Times of India)

Government starts modern slavery statements register – MRW, 15 March 2021

Brands protect bottom line, but workers face destitution – The Financial Express, 15 March 2021

RMG workers face ‘wage theft’ in July-Dec: report – New Age, 14 March 2021

Workers from factories closed by COVID-19 demand full compensation – Camboja, 13 March 2021

As Brands Recover From Pandemic, Factory Workers Remain Unpaid – WWD, 12 March 2021 (reposted in Yahoo News)

We need a new law to root corporate supply chain abuses — wherever they take place – City A.M., 12 March 2021

Garment Worker Wage Theft Widespread in Wake of Pandemic – Business of Fashion, 11 March 2021

Profits vs. Poverty: Fashion Brands Prosper as Factory Sewers Starve – Sourcing Journal, 11 March 2021

Workers lose wages as brands profit – EcoTextile, 11 March 2021

It is not up to consumers to police modern slavery – The Financial Times, 2 March 2021

Environmental and human rights due diligence - The story so far and the new chapter starting in 2021 – Just-Style, 26 February 2021

UK’s Modern Slavery Act will not prevent forced labour in China – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 25 February 2021 [OpEd]

The UK Tried to Stop Modern Slavery. Six Years On, Zero Companies Have Been Penalised. – VICE News, 25 February 2021

How the clean energy revolution can tackle the human rights challenge – Renew Economy, 25 February 2021

Qatar migrant death rate revealed: ‘more than 6,500 workers die since World Cup win’ – Construction News, 23 February 2021

Allied Universal Set To Win G4S Bidding War With $5.3B Offer – Law360, 23 February 2021

Sweatpants sales are booming, but the workers who make them are earning even less – Vox, 22 February 2021

France's Total says it is concerned about Myanmar situation – Reuters, 12 February 2021

The Tyson Foods AGM: an example of how shareholder transparency on voting on social issues matters – Responsible Investor, 12 February 2021

Indigenous people 'under threat' from Asia clean energy push – prothomalo.com, Thomson Reuters Foundation, 9 February 2021

Indigenous people 'under threat' from Asia clean energy push – Reuters, 9 February 2021

Data reveals transition minerals ‘mining abuses’ – reNEWSBIZ, 3 February, 2021

The Myth Of ‘Ethical’ Fashion: How a Multinational Clothing Brand Neglected its Women Workers – The Wire, 31 January 2021

It is time for companies to step up efforts on forced labour – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 27 January 2021 [OpEd]

How influencers justify jet-setting to Dubai in the midst of lockdown – New Statesman, 27 January 2021

Fly-in Fly-Out Workers in the Arctic: The Need for More Workforce Transparency in the Arctic – The Artic Institute, 26 January 2021

The Myth Of ‘Ethical’ Fashion: How A Multinational Clothing Brand Neglected Its Women Workers – Alt Law Forum, Feminism In India, 25 January 2021

CCP's persecution of the Uyghurs - The Spectator Australia, 16 January 2021

NGOs call for heightened standards on corporate sustainability reporting - edie, 15 January 2021

Global Human Rights Organizations Market Report 2020: A Guide to Organizations Market which will be Shaping and Changing Our Lives - Business Wire, 12 January 2021

The other pandemic for migrant workers: wage theft – openDemocracy, 12 January 2021

Why Communication Blackout In Ethiopia Is A Very Bad Idea – Today News Africa, 8 January 2021

Human Rights Organizations Global Market Report 2020-30: COVID-19 Growth And Change – GlobeNewswire et al., 4 January 2021


Will the fast fashion business model ever become outdated? – Proactive Investors, 28 December 2020

Migrants in the Gulf are amongst the most oppressed, report finds – Middle East Monitor, 18 December 2020

Marginalised Tunisians take to the streets, sea almost 10 years after revolution - Moroccan World News, 12 December 2020

Company 'dashboards' highlight lack of transparency – Ecotextile, 11 December 2020

Unions raise alarm over alleged retaliatory firing at IFC-financed Guinea hotel – Bretton Woods Observer, 10 December 2020

Survey unmasks COVID-19 plight of Brazilian workers – Ecotextile, 8 December 2020

Australia warns of modern slavery risks in government supply chains – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 9 December 2020

Indian Farmers Lead 250 Million in Protests Against New Agricultural Laws – Green Matters, 8 December 2020

From Jordanian Planes to German Software, Myanmar's 'Genocidal' Military Stocks Up – Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, 8 December 2020

Report condemns business practices in Mexico during Covid pandemic – Mexico News Daily, 30 November 2020

Arcadia's Bangladeshi suppliers are bundles of nerves as the British high-street giant edges towards collapse – Dhaka Tribune, 29 November 2020

Qatar firms' failure to pay leaves migrant workers destitute – report – The Guardian, 26 November 2020

Qatari firms systematically exploiting workers: Report – Arab News, 26 November 2020

Cambodian activist denied bail, claims “injustice” – Ecotextile, 26 November 2020

Arab News en Francais to host debate on French citizens of Arab origin – Arab News, 26 November 2020

Despite landmark legal protections, women continue to face gender-based violence in pandemic-era Tunisia – EqualTimes, 25 November 2020

UK investigates slave labour in China-sourced PPE – JustStyle, 24 November 2020

Thailand: Drop Lawsuit By Chicken Company Against Three Women Human Rights Defenders – Scoops, 23 November 2020

UK sourced PPE from factories secretly using North Korean slave labour - The Guardian, 20 November 2020

Why big companies fear the Responsible Business Initiative – Swiss News and Info, 15 November 2020

Pfizer Kano Trial: 24 years after, some victims not compensated and still can’t live normal lives - (cites BHRRC) International Centre for Investigative Reporting, 18 November 2020

Not ‘in this together’: Business human rights defenders at increased risk during pandemic says Business & Human Rights Resource Centre - EUreporter, 17 November 2020

UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, Day 1:‘The Most Vulnerable Are Always in Your Supply Chain’ - (cites BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) Sustainable Brands, 16 November 2020

Why big companies fear the Responsible Business Initiative – Swiss News and Info, 15 November 2020

Payment still eludes Bangladeshi apparel suppliers of Bestseller, Arcadia, Matalan, New Look - (cites BHRRC) Dhaka Tribune, 13 November 2020

Aldi Nord, Sud and Lidl vow not to squeeze on price to protect supply chain workers – JustStyle, 12 November 2020

Profit-Hungry Brands Give Garment Workers Short Shrift - (cites BHRRC) 12 November 2020

Fashion companies fail to report on ethics - (cites BHRRC) Drapers, 12 November 2020

Brands profit 'as garment workers struggle' - (cites BHRRC) Ecotextile, 12 November 2020

Data drive can improve the lives of garment workers worldwide – Thomson Reuters Foundation, 4 November 2020

Mayan communities are suing the Mexican government over a million solar panel mega project – Climate Home News, 23 October 2020

Meat majors accused of exposing workers to abuse during coronavirus pandemic (cites BHRRC) - Food Navigator, 20 October 2020

‘The meat industry’s failure to protect workers at their time of greatest hazard will hurt us all' (by KTC's Felicitas Weber) - Reuters Events Sustainable Business, 19 October 2020

Hundreds of Indian workers demand unpaid wages from Saudi construction firm (cites BHRRC) - Reuters, 19 October 2020

‘Vulnerable’ garment workers in Bangladesh bear the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic (cites BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - CNBC, 18 October 2020

Supermarkets cut ties with Kakuzi, the avocado farm linked to ‘violence and murder’ (cites BHRRC) - The Sunday Times, 14 October 2020

How can renewables overcome their human rights problems? (podcast featuring BHRRC's Jessie Cato) - Eco-Business, 8 October 2020

Four 'positive change' themes EQ Investors is pushing fund managers for (cites BHRRC) - Investment Week, 7 October 2020

Vietnam’s Economic Hopes Fade as COVID-19 Takes Away Business (cites BHRRC) - VOA, 4 October 2020

Colombia sees highest number of mass killings since 2016, UN reveals (cites BHRRC) - Daily Sabah, 2 October 2020

The key to fighting modern slavery? It’s all in the data (cites BHRRC) - Evening Standard, 2 October 2020

ESG Investing Boom Is Bullish For Cleantech (cites BHRRC) -Forbes, 1 October 2020

Boohoo report highlights worrying gaps in UK worker protections (by BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Thomson Reuters Foundation, 1 October 2020

Maroc/Tunisie: 100 000 travailleurs fortement exposés au COVID-19 (cites BHRRC) - FinancialAfrik, 21 September 2020

Un rapport sans appel (cites BHRRC) - Le Canard Libéré, 17 September 2020

Les travailleurs des services client externalisés «doublement menacés» par le coronavirus (cites BHRRC) - Yabiladi, 16 September 2020

NZ supplier pulls gloves over forced labour links (quotes BHRRC's Amy Sinclair) - Newsroom, 14 September 2020

Covid: les téléopérateurs surexposés aux risques psychosociaux (cites BHRRC) - Medias24, 14 September 2020

South Asian migrant workers seek justice as wage theft worsens under coronavirus (quotes BHRRC's Isobel Archer) - Reuters, 9 September 2020

Droits des travailleurs dans les centres d’appel en Tunisie et au Maroc face à la pandémie Covid-19 (cites BHRRC) - L’Economiste Maghrébin, 9 September 2020

Pactics Factory Strike on Hold, Awaiting the Labor Minister’s Decision (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Cambodianess, 7 September 2020

These Multinationals Are Calling for Stronger Legal Protections of Human Rights (cites BHRRC) - Triple Pundit, 3 September 2020

Gulf States Undertake Labor-law Reforms (quotes BHRRC's Isobel Archer) - The Media Line, 3 September 2020

'Due Diligence' and Human Rights Risk (cites BHRRC) - Private Sector - Public World, 3 September 2020

Cambodian workers in Europe’s fast fashion supply chains face tough future (by BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - EU Reporter, 2 September 2020

Adidas and Inditex join calls for EU human rights legislation (cites BHRRC) - JustStyle, 2 September 2020

Coronavirus Exposes the Epic Moral Failure of Gulf States (quotes BHRRC's Isobel Archer) - Haaretz, 30 July 2020

Apparel Factories Are Busting Unions—A Labor Expert Explains What Brands Should Be Doing To Stop Them (interview with BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Forbes, 26 August 2020

Sierra Leone Residents’ Damages Suit Against Miner Is Part of Activist Trend (cites BHRC) - Insurance Journal, 25 August 2020

Covid leaves global garment industry in disarray (cites BHRRC) - The Hindu Business Line, 17 August 2020

Garment factories are using COVID-19 to crackdown on trade unions (by BHRRC's Alysha Khambay) - TRF News, 10 August 2020

New fashion retail landscape emerging (cites BHRRC) - JustStyle, 10 August 2020

From colonialism to COVID-19, Indigenous peoples show resilience in the face of evictions (cites BHRRC) - Toward Freedom, 9 August 2020

Covid led to ‘brutal crackdown’ on garment workers' rights, says report (cites BHRRC) - The Guardian, 7 August 2020

Michael Kors, Tory Burch linked to "unfair" factory dismissals, report says (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Vogue Business, 5 August 2020

Asian apparel makers use Covid-19 crisis to crackdown on trade unions (cites BHRRC) - Dhaka Tribune, 5 August 2020

Report: brands urged to address systemic union busting (cites BHRRC) - Ecotextile News, 5 August 2020

Factories supplying major UK clothing outlets are engaged in ‘union busting’ (cites BHRRC) - Left Foot Forward, 5 August 2020

Factories supplying ‘biggest names in fashion’ using Covid as an excuse to smash unions (cites BHRRC) - Morning Star, 5 August 2020

In Germany, voluntary monitoring of supply chain abuses 'has failed' (quotes BHRRC's Saskia Wilkes) - Devex, 27 July 2020

Foreign governments urged to act on human rights in Cambodia (cites BHRRC) - Just Style, 24 July 2020

U.S. order puts Malaysia glove industry under pressure over labour abuses (quotes BHRRC's Betty Yolanda) - The Dispatch (India), 22 July 2020

Slapped into Silence (cites BHRRC) - Bangkok Post, 20 July 2020

Rubber gloves entering Australia from Malaysia could be linked to forced labour, with US restricting imports (quotes BHRRC's Amy Sinclair) - ABC (Australia), 19 July 2020

U.S. order puts Malaysia glove industry under pressure over labour abuses (quotes BHRRC's Betty Yolanda) - Reuters, 16 July 2020

Investors struggle to get to a grip on modern slavery in fast fashion (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Responsible Investor, 16 July 2020

VIDEO: How is COVID-19 impacting garment workers? BHRRC discusses for Milan Digital Fashion Week (interview with BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Milan Fashion Week, 14 July 2020

It's time to stop the dreadful slavery to £3.50-an-hour fashion (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - The Daily Mirror, 11 July 2020

Boohoo shareholder sells off shares in firm worth nearly £80m (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - The Guardian, 10 July 2020

How Can Britain Stop Fast Fashion Brands Like Boohoo Exploiting Workers? (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Thomson Reuters Foundation, via Global Citizen, 10 July 2020

Boohoo supply chain under scrutiny after Leicester lockdown claims (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Board Agenda, 10 July 2020

Boohoo stock price extends losses, now down 50% in July (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Invezz, 8 July 2020

How can Britain stop fashion brands like Boohoo exploiting workers? (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - BD News 24, 8 July 2020

Disaster Looms as the Coronavirus Disrupts the Garment Supply Chain (cites BHRRC) - The Nation, 7 July 2020

More than £1bn wiped off Boohoo value as it investigates Leicester factory (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - The Guardian, 6 July 2020

Green-Energy Companies Have a Human-Rights Problem (cites BHRRC) - Bloomberg, 4 July 2020

Boohoo booms as Leicester garment factories are linked to lockdown (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - The Guardian, 4 July 2020

New research finds allegations of human rights abuses by global renewable energy companies (interview with BHRRC's Marti Flacks) - ABC Australia, 1 July 2020

Good for planet and people? Renewable energy firms urged to clean up act on human rights (interview with BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Reuters, 1 July 2020

Some Clean Power Is Coming at the Expense of Human Rights (cites BHRRC) - Triple Pundit, 30 June 2020

Renewables Giants Found Lacking On Human Rights (cites BHRRC) - Solar Quotes, 30 June 2020

Human rights issues alleged in renewable energy sector report (cites BHRRC) - Khmer Times, 30 June 2020

L’industria globale delle energie rinnovabili deve rispettare di più i diritti umani (Italian) (cites BHRRC) - Qual Energia, 30 June 2020

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre investigates human rights issues in solar, wind (cites BHRRC) - PV Magazine, 29 June 2020 (and Australian edition)

Renewable energy takes toll on human rights (cites BHRRC) - Cornell Alliance for Science, 29 June 2020

World’s biggest renewables firms earn abysmal scores on human rights performance (quotes BHRRC's Marti Flacks) - Eco Business, 29 June 2020

Renewable energy giants failing on human rights, says major study (cites BHRRC) - ReCharge, 29 June 2020

Renewable energy sector 'falling short on human rights' (cites BHRRC) - Investment Week, 29 June 2020

Wind and solar companies failing on human rights according to new benchmark (quotes BHRRC's Marti Flacks) - Responsible Investor, 29 June 2020

Clean power companies 'failing on human rights' (cites BHRRC) - ReNews, 29 June 2020 (and three longer pieces quoting Marti Flacks in subscription only edition)

Looking Back at the Rana Plaza Tragedy: What’s Changed Amid the Pandemic? (cites BHRRC) - WWD, 29 June 2020

Renewable energy: the hidden human cost (cites BHRRC) - Ours to Save, 29 June 2020

New Benchmark Aims to End Human Rights Abuses in the Renewable Sector (cites BHRRC) - Yucatan Times, 28 June 2020

Renewables sector falling short on human rights (quotes BHRRC's Marti Flacks) - Minerals.com, 28 June 2020

Garment workers are facing a humanitarian crisis – but don’t blame COVID-19 (by BHRRC's Alysha Khambay) - Open Democracy, 23 June 2020

As Companies Continue to Cancel Orders, Withhold Payment, Are Force Majeure Claims Really a Safe Haven? (quotes BHRRC's Alysha Khambay and Phil Bloomer) - The Fashion Law, 22 June 2020

With labour exploitation worsening during Covid, tech giants must allow workers to join unions (by BHRRC's Felicitas Weber) - Ethical Corporation, 22 June 2020

Race protests spark calls for Arab states to end ‘exploitative’ migrant worker system (quotes BHRRC's Salma Houerbi) - The Dispatch, 20 June 2020

Brazil hits 1 million COVID-19 cases (cites BHRRC) - UPI, 20 June 2020

علامة نايكي: كيف تحتل منزلًا وتدمره أيضًا؟ (Arabic) (cites BHRRC) - Ida2at, 19 June 2020

Tech companies must protect supply chain workers now more than ever (by BHRRC's Felicitas Weber) - Reuters, 18 June 2020

Rolling back rights: Coronavirus eroding labour laws, says union (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Al Jazeera, 18 June 2020

Internationally Workers’ Rights Crumbling as Coronavirus Threatens Further Setbacks (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Net News Ledger, 18 June 2020

Workers' rights seen crumbling as coronavirus threatens further setbacks (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Jakarta Post, 18 June 2020

Workers' rights seen crumbling as coronavirus threatens further setbacks (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Reuters, 18 June 2020

Cobalt is Critical to the Renewable Energy Transition. How Can We Minimize its Social And Environmental Cost? (quotes BHRRC) - New Security Beat, 17 June 2020 

Struggling migrants sidelined after coronavirus sweeps across the Gulf (cites BHRRC) - The Union Journal, 17 June 2020

What are tech companies doing to end forced labour? (by BHRRC's Rosie Monaghan) - Tech UK, 16 June 2020

World's largest ICT companies failing to tackle human rights abuses in supply chains (cites BHRRC) - Edie, 12 June 2020

ESGの「S」の取り組み、グローバルで後れを取る日本企業 - Quick Money World, 12 June 2020

KnowTheChain、ICT企業のサプライチェーンにおける強制労働への対応を評価: グローバル、アジアでも後れを取る日本企業 - Quick ESG, 11 June 2020

A Woman Who Makes Bags For Michael Kors Was Sent To One Of The Most Crowded Prisons In The World For A Facebook Post (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Buzzfeed, 10 June 2020

Race protests spark calls for Arab states to end "exploitative" migrant worker system (quotes BHRRC's Salma Houerbi) - Sight Magazine (Australia), 10 June 2020

KnowTheChain、ICT大手49の強制労働対応ランキング2020。日本企業は順位下げ低迷 - Sustainable Japan, 9 June 2020

日本企業の強制労働リスク評価、ソニーだけが高得点 - Yahoo Japan, 9 June 2020

See you in court: a rise in legal attacks against rights defenders aims to silence corporate critics (quotes BHRRC's Maysa Zorob) - Equal Times, 8 June 2020 (also in French and Spanish)

Race protests spark calls for Arab states to end 'exploitative' migrant worker system (quotes BHRRC's Salma Houerbi) - Reuters, 8 June 2020

Is Democracy Dying During The Darkness Of The Virus? Dictatorship Is Coming Forward (cites BHRC) - Inventiva, 6 June 2020

Human Rights Due Diligence and COVID-19: Rapid Self-Assessment for Business (cites BHRRC) - Relief Web, 6 June 2020

Silliman U law prof on anti-terror bill: Why allow non-judicial council to order arrests, searches? (quotes BHRRC's Golda Benjamin) - Inquirer, 5 June 2020

Cobalt is critical for a renewable energy transition. How can we minimize its social and environmental cost? (cites BHRRC) - Green Biz, 4 June 2020

Covid-19, una guida sulle domande da fare in assemblea (Italian) - EticaNews, 4 June 2020

Mineralen voor de energietransitie: naar een koolstofarme samenleving zonder verliezers (cites BHRRC) (Dutch) - Bond Beter Leefmilieu, 3 June 2020

DU Class Helps United Nations on Human Rights Abuses (cites BHRRC) - Univesity of Denver, 2 June 2020

New tool to help businesses ensure human rights are respected in the COVID-19 response and recovery period (cites BHRRC) - Ein Press Wire, 1 June 2020

Brands urged to support supply chain workers - EcoTextile News, 1 June 2020

Pandemic Underscores Tunisia’s Rocky Road to Democracy (cites BHRRC's Salma Houerbi) - New Dehli Times, 30 May 2020

Survey finds 50% of fashion brands have not paid suppliers - Just Style, 29 May 2020

Nearly Half of Global Fashion Brands Have Not Committed to Paying for Finished Orders - Sourcing Journal, 28 May 2020

Pandemic Underscores Tunisia's Rocky Road to Democracy (quotes BHRRC's Salma Houerbi) - Voice of America, 29 May 2020

Intl discussion on protection for vulnerable groups urges more attention (quotes BHRRC's Zhong Huang) - Global Times (China), 25 May 2020

Buyers tend to undo existing contracts with Bangladesh RMG producers (cites BHRRC) - New Age (Bangladesh), 24 May 2020

Q&A: A New Social Contract for Workers and Business (interview with BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Open Society Foundations Voices, 21 May 2020

Cobalt is critical to the renewable energy transition. We must minimize its environmental and social cost (quotes BHRRC's Stephanie Regalia) - Red, Green and Blue, 21 May 2020

The world needs new laws to end modern slavery in supply chains (by BHRRC's Patricia Carrier) - Reuters, 20 May 2020

Cobalt : Le coût humain et environnemental de l’or bleu de nos transitions énergétiques (French) (cites BHRRC's Stephanie Regalia) - UP, 18 May 2020

Will global corporations take responsibility for those they have long exploited? (cites BHRRC) - Open Democracy, 18 May 2020

How does COVID-19 affect human rights? (cites BHRRC) (Spanish) - Lucidez (Peru), 16 May 2020

'Like sardines': Migrant workers suffering in Kuwait's desert detention camps (cites BHRRC) - Middle East Eye, 15 May 2020

Cobalt is critical to the renewable engery transition. How can we minimize its social and environmental cost? (cites BHRRC) - Ensia, 14 May 2020

Africa: Cobalt Is Critical to the Renewable Energy Transition. How Can We Minimize Its Social and Environmental Cost? (quotes BHRRC's Stephanie Regalia) - All Africa, 14 May 2020

Challenges of COVID-19 in Latin America, the most unequal region in the world (by BHRRC's Amanda Romero, Diana Figueroa, and Marina Novaes) - Open Democracy, 13 May 2020

COVID-19: Should Economy Have Priority Over Migrant Workers' Health? (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - In Depth News, 13 May 2020

Coronavirus leaves the Gulf's migrant workers in limbo, with no income and no easy way out (mentions BHRRC joint statement) - CNN, 9 May 2020

Definitive guide to modern slavery in global supply chains (by BHRRC's Patricia Carrier) - Association of Corporate Treasurers, 7 May 2020

China’s plans for Southeast Asia suffer coronavirus shock (cites BHRRC) - Global Construction Review, 6 May 2020

The Green Erasure of Indigenous Life (cites BHRRC) - Nacla, 6 May 2020

Who is to blame for Gulf’s deserted labor force? (quotes BHRRC's Isobel Archer and Danielle McMullan) - Asia Times, 5 May 2020

Something for Europeans to celebrate – a new social contract begins to emerge? (by BHRRC's Phil Bloomer and ITUC's Sharan Burrows) - Open Democracy, 4 May 2020

Across the World, Construction Workers are Caught Between Coronavirus Risk and Joblessness (quotes BHRRC's Isobel Archer) - Inter Press News (Italy), 30 April 2020

105 investisseurs defendent un devoir de vigilance obligatoire pour les enterprises (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Novethic (French), 28 April 2020

Companies mustn't stand by as attacks on human rights defenders rise during Covid-19 (by BHRRC's Christen Dobson & Ali Hines of Global Witness) - Ethical Corporation, 28 April 2020

Millions of garment workers face destitution as fashion brands cancel orders (by BHRRC's Phil Bloomer & Alysha Khambay) - Ethical Corporation, 24 April 2020 (and mentioned in magazine intro here)

VIDEO: COVID-19 & garment workers - BHRRC interview on ViuTV Six News (interview with BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - ViuTV Six News (Reuters Hong Kong), 23 April 2020

Qatar: FIFA World Cup 2020 migrant worker red cards - Asia Media International, 23 April 2020

NHS warned of ‘slave-like’ conditions in glove factories - Asia Times, 23 April 2020

NHS urged to avoid PPE gloves made in 'slave-like' conditions (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - The Guardian, 23 April 2020

Coronavirus: Toll in Europe over 1,00,000, but Spain, Netherlands record their lowest death counts (cites BHRRC) - Scroll (India), 19 April 2020

'Low behaviour by the high street' (signed by BHRRC) - Sunday Times, 19 April 2020

Migrant workers bear brunt of coronavirus pandemic in Gulf (cites BHRRC) - The Guardian, 19 April 2020

The flawed ways brands talk about sustainability (cites KnowTheChain) - Vogue Business,16 April 2020

Arcadia Group cancels ‘over £100m’ of orders as garment industry faces ruin (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - The Guardian, 15 April 2020

Symptoms Or Not, Migrant Workers Must Work In Gulf Countries (cites BHRRC) - The Lede (India), 15 April 2020 

Coronavirus Fears Terrify and Impoverish Migrants in the Persian Gulf - New York Times, 13 April 2020

Construction companies failing to protect migrant workers in Qatar and UAE: Report - Middle East Eye, 10 April 2020

Report raises ‘deep concern’ over migrant workers safety in the Gulf - MEMO, 9 April 2020 

Shaping a new social contract through the pandemic (by Mary Robinson and BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Open Democracy, 8 April 2020

COVID-19 demonstrates the need to address ESG risks in supply chains (by BHRRC's Felicitas Weber) - Responsible Investor, 7 April 2020 

Managing human rights risks during and after Covid-19 (cites BHRRC) - Pillar Two, 2 April 2020

WBA: Companies with embedded sustainability best-placed to weather coronavirus storm (cites BHRRC) - Edie.net, 1 April 2020

Report:Toxic air, ride sharing, carbon removal and rating the raters (cites BHRRC) - Green Biz, 1 April 2020

Foreign workers in the Gulf can’t call home during coronavirus crisis (quotes BHRRC's Christen Dobson) - Coda Story, 27 March 2020

Coronavirus: Can my employer ask me to work for free? (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Reuters, 26 March 2020

UK probes its own supply chains to offer lead on modern slavery (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Reuters, 26 March 2020

Video: COVID-19 and garment workers (with BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Al Jazeera, 25 March 2020

Rathbones spearheads modern slavery campaign (cites BHRRC) - City Wire, 20 March 2020

Human rights risks threaten battery supply chains’ sustainability – now is the time to act (by BHRRC's Stephanie Regalia) - PV Magazine, 18 March 2020

Church investors toughen AGM voting policy (cites BHRRC and KnowTheChain) - Investment and Pensions Europe, 11 March 2020

Church investors warn UK firms of tougher line on diversity, modern slavery (cites BHRRC and KnowTheChain) - Reuters, 10 March 2020

There’s a dark side to your girl power T-shirt – and it’s directly hurting women (cites BHRRC's Bobbie Sta Maria) - The Independent, 8 March 2020, (and Gulf Today, 9 March 2020) 

Conflicts Over Indigenous Land Grow More Violent in Central America (cites BHRRC) - New York Times, 9 March 2020

Climate change hits women hardest, report finds (cites BHRRC) - National Catholic Reporter, 6 March 2020

Talk Radio: Business & Human Rights Defenders in Colombia (cites BHRRC) - Talk Radio, 3 March 2020

Multinationals implicated in killing of Colombia’s human rights defenders: report (cites BHRRC) - Colombia Reports, 3 March 2020

Colombia es el segundo país más peligroso para activistas contra el abuso empresarial (Spanish) - Pulzo, 3 March 2020 

Congressmen implicated in attacks on Colombia’s human rights defenders: UN rapporteur - Colombia Reports, 2 March 2020

“Querían borrar por completo mi informe”: relator de la ONU sobre el Gobierno (Spanish) - Semana, 29 February 2020

Human rights and renewable energy companies: what role can investors play? (interview with BHRRC's Annie Signorelli), Principles for Responsible Investment (Podcast), 28 February 2020

How the cost of our clothes can be measured in human lives lost (by BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Open Democracy, 27 February 2020

The partial withdrawal of EBA marks the failure of the EU’s engagement with Cambodia (cites BHRRC) - Asean Today, 25 February 2020

Amazon and labour exploitation (interiew with BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Talk Radio, 18 February 2020 

InTheKnow: Rainbow-washing: Opportunity or smokescreen? (cites BHRRC) - The Edge Markets, 18 February 2020

Poor quality disclosures hinder sustainable finance efforts (cites BHRRC) - Expert Investor, 17 February 2020

Major Thai coffee brand vows to repay 200 debt-ridden farmers (quotes BHRRC's Betty Yolanda) - Reuters (Thailand), 17 February 2020

EU firms fall short on environmental and social impact data (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Al Jazeera, 17 February 2020

Brad Pitt and Natalie Portman queue up to prove their secret pro-Trump credentials (links to KnowTheChain research) - The Guardian, 13 Feburary 2020

The Carbon Clean200: Leading the transition to a clean energy future (cites KnowTheChain) - The Corporate Knights, 13 February 2020

The Southeast Asian fishing industry and modern slavery (cites BHRRC) - Planet Watch, 29 January 2020

The US can play a role in tackling global corporate abuse (by BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Open Global Rights, 28 January 2020

Moda 'insostenibile': cosa deve cambiare dai materiali ai modelli di business (Italian) (cites KnowTheChain) - Il Sole 24 Ore, 21 January 2020

ExxonMobil accused of human rights abuse in Kurdistan region (cites BHRRC's Salma Houerbi) - Sunday Telegraph, 18 January 2020

Australia's leader called for a crackdown on environmentalists before fires broke out (cites BHRRC's Ana Zbona) - Buzzfeed News, 17 January 2020

Fiji's black sand mining project draws international scrutiny (interiew with BHRRC's Amy Sinclair) - ABC Radio (Australia), 14 January 2020

Kann ein Shirt für 8 Euro wirklich fair sein, Herr Krogmann? (German) - Zeit Online, 13 January 2020

What do human rights and ESG benchmarks measure? (cites KnowTheChain and Modern Slavery Registry) - Lexicology, 12 January 2020

Schluss mit freiwillig? (German) - Suddeutche Zeitung, 8 January 2020

'A safe future for our children': the need for a just energy transition (cites BHRRC) - Power Technology, 6 January 2020


Are your apparel and footwear made by Chinese slave labor? (cites KnowTheChain) - Value Walk, 31 December 2019

Fast Fashion Reigned in the 2010s. But Will It Last Into the 2020s? (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Ad Week, 27 December 2019

The renewable energy sector may ‘pass’ the environmental test, but what about labour and human rights? (cites BHRRC) - Equal Times, 20 December 2019

NGOs und Unternehmen fordern Lieferkettengesetz (German) - CSR News 19 December 2019

Major US tech companies named in lawsuit over mining deaths of Congolese children - Computer Weekly, 18 December 2019

Companies make joint call for human rights within value chains - Confectionary Production, 13 December 2019

Deutsche Firmen sollen in ihren Lieferketten auf Menschenrechte achten (German) - Rheinische Post, 11 December 2019

Misereor widerspricht Arbeitgebern bei Lieferkettengesetz (German) - Kirche + Leben Netz, 11 December 2019

Calls grow for laws requiring firms to reveal links to deforestation (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - The Guardian, 10 December 2019

Statement on the US decision to suspend Thailand’s trade preferences (BHRRC is a signatory) - Human Rights Watch, 10 December 2019

Grief and neglect - 10 factory disasters in South Asia (cites BHRRC) - Reuters, 10 December 2019

Menschenrechte weltweit achten: Warum ein Lieferkettengesetz kommen muss (German) - vorwärts, 10 December 2019

Firmen fordern Kontrolle (German) - Süddeutsche Zeitung, 9 December 2019

Firmen für Lieferketten-Gesetz (German) - taz, 9 December 2019

Firmen wollen Regulierung der Lieferkette (German) - Frankfurter Rundschau, 9 December 2019

Standards bei Menschenrechten: Unternehmen fordern Gesetz zu Lieferketten (German) - Westdeutsche Zeitung, 9 December 2019

Überraschender Druck (German) - Süddeutsche Zeitung, 9 December 2019

Deutsche Unternehmen unterstützen eine gesetzliche Sorgfaltspflicht für Menschenrechte und Umwelt (German) - Facing Finance, 9 December 2019

Tag der Menschenrechte: 42 Unternehmen fordern Lieferkettengesetz - wachsende Unterstützung auch aus Kirchen und Parteien (German) - Initiative Lieferkettengesetz.de, 9 December 2019

Shining a light on corporate human rights abuses in the Pacific (by BHRRC's Amy Sinclair) - Ethical Corporation, 9 December 2019

UN to highlight Pacific corporate human rights abuse - Papua New Guinea Post Courier, 27 November 2019

Web Portal for Pacific Human Rights Abuses Launched - Maritime Executive, 27 November 2019

UN to highlight corporate human rights abuse in the Pacific (quotes BHRRC's Amy Sinclair) - Radio New Zealand, 27 November 2019 (Recording here)

The lesson from human rights benchmarks is that company commitments need to be followed with action (by KnowTheChain's Felicitas Weber and CHRB's Camille Le Pors) - Responsible Investor, 23 November 2019

British hotels accused of 'lack of effort' on forced labour and sexual exploitation - The Guardian, 22 November 2019

UK hotels slammed for failing to address risks of modern slavery – The Caterer, 22 November 2019

Hotel sector failing to protect staff from ‘forced labour and sexual exploitation’ – Hotel Owner, 22 November 2019

Businesses find themselves in modern slavery limbo - Personnel Today, 22 November 2019

Children as young as five make up most of Madagascar’s mica mining workforce (quotes BHRRC's Eniko Horvath) - The Guardian, 21 November 2019

Major UK hotels found failing to combat threat of modern slavery - Sight Magazine (Australia) - 21 November 2019

What some PSUs are doing wrong on human rights (mentions BHRRC) - Live Mint (India, in English), 21 November 2019

Major UK hotels found failing to combat threat of modern slavery - Reuters, 20 November 2019

Companies face pressure to fight modern slavery - Financial Times (Moral Money), 20 November 2019

Low score for apparel firms on human rights (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) -  Ecotextile, 19 November 2019

Charity fund manager moves to tackle modern slavery (cites BHRRC) - The Guardian, 17 November 2019

Norges Bank excludes G4S from portfolio over human rights concerns (quotes BHRRC's Diana Eltahawy) - Middle East Eye, 15 November 2019

Adidas é a marca de roupas que mais combate o trabalho escravo, diz ONG (Spanish) (cites KnowTheChain) - Capital News, 15 November 2019

Activists Need To Talk Climate Change Without Getting Sued, Top Court Hears (cites BHRRC) - Huffington Post, 15 November 2019

Less than 8% of forestry suppliers have a plan for keeping forced labor out of supply chains (KnowTheChain) -  Supply Chain Dive, 14 November 2019

Why we are calling on the EU to make tackling abuses in supply chains mandatory (cites KnowTheChain) - Reuters, 14 November 2019

Commonwealth leaders urged to pass laws protecting workers from slavery (cites BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Reuters, 13 November 2019 (also Yahoo News)

Forestry sector 'failing' to combat forced labour (KnowTheChain research) - The Ecologist, 13 November 2019

CCLA launches ‘shareholder power’ initiative to tackle modern slavery (cites BHRRC) - Room 151, 12 November 2019

Big German companies score poorly on human rights scorecard - Financial Times, 5 November 2019

Liverpool FC avoid Kempinski hotel in Qatar over workers rights concerns - Middle East Eye, 5 November 2019

German companies are falling short on human rights. Could this be a tipping point? (by BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Responsible Investor, 5 November 2019

Diese deutschen Konzerne kümmern sich am wenigsten um Menschenrechte (German) - Welt, 4 November 2019

Noch viel zu tun (German) (Interview about BHRRC report) - Detektor.fm, 4 November 2019

Deutsche Konzerne haben Nachholbedarf bei Menschenrechten (German) - Punk4 info, 4 November 2019

Wo die Schwachstellen der Wirtschaft beim Thema Menschenrechte sind (German) - Westdeutsche Zeitung, 4 November 2019

Freiwilligkeit reicht nicht aus (German) - Neues Deutschland, 4 November 2019

Studie: Menschenrechte werden bei ZF nicht genug geachtet (German) - Schwäbische Zeitung, 4 November 2019

Deutsche Konzerne verfehlen Uno-Vorgaben zu Menschenrechten (German) - Handelsblatt, 4 November 2019

Deutsche Firmen fallen bei Menschenrechts-Check durch (German) - Finanzen.net, 4 November 2019 (and Finanzen.at and Finanzen.ch

Deutsche Firmen mit akutem Nachholbedarf (German) - NTV, 4 November 2019

NGO reveals German firms fail to meet UN human rights rule - EU Observer, 4 November 2019

Climate Justice Equals Factory Justice (interview with BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Tansy Hoskins Podcast, 1 November 2019

WhatsApp sues NSO Group: is this what it takes to hold surveillance tech to account? (by BHRRC's Ana Zbona and Phil Bloomer) - Open Rights Group, 1 November 2019

Navigating the long and perilous road to the clean economy (quotes BHRRC's Eniko Horvath) - Ethical Corporation, 31 October

Communities fail to buy into Portugal’s lithium dreams (quotes BHRRC's Eniko Horvath) - Ethical Corporation, 31 October

Tragédia em Brumadinho revela omissão do Brasil com direitos humanos em empresas (Brazil) - Sudeste, 29 October 2019

Why will.i.am and Mariah Carey should say 'no' to Dubai Expo - The New Arab, 24 October 2019

Migrant workers continue to face risks in Dubai, one year ahead of Expo 2020 - Middle East Eye, 21 October 2019

Red flags (BHRRC's Turkey report on fast fashion) - Ecotextile, 21 October 2019

Five years on, the UK's landmark anti-slavery law is not that effective - Daily Sabah (Turkey), 18 October 2019

Five years on, is the UK's landmark anti-slavery law fit for purpose? - Reuters, 18 October 2019

Human Rights Challenges Flying Below Radar for Renewables (cites BHRRC) - Green Tech Media, 16 October 2019

Businesses Can Help End Slavery In Supply Chains (cites BHRRC) - Planet Watch, 14 October 2019

Konzerne provozieren internationale Kritik (Swiss) (cites BHRRC) - InfoSperber, 13 October 2019

Why New Look is using Leicester supplier it dropped in 2017 following undercover Channel 4 exposé (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Leicester Mercury, 12 October 2019 (also on Business Live)

The lengthy journey towards a treaty on business and human rights (by BHRRC's Maysa Zorob) - Open Global Rights, 11 October 2019

Rodrigo Llanes Salazar: Defender los derechos (cites BHRRC's Karen Hudlet) (Spanish) - Yucatan.com.mx, 11 October 2019

Workers at Dubai's Expo 2020 likely to have suffered dangerous heat stress (cites BHHRC and quotes BHRRC's Diana Eltahawy) - The Guardian, 3 October 2019

Turkey’s fast fashion is rising on the backs of Syrian refugees (by BHRRC's Salma Houerbi) - Open Rights Group, 3 October 2019 (also in Spanish and Arabic)

Investors can help prevent companies from using frivolous lawsuits to silence human rights and environmental defenders (By BHRRC's Elodie Aba and Ana Zbona) - Responsible Investor, 1 October 2019

New fears for brands amidst Myanmar genocide threat (quotes BHRRC's Thulsi Narayanasamy) - Ecotextile, 26 September 2019 (also in print version)

Travel Buyers' Role in Protecting & Advancing Human Rights (cites BHRRC) - Business Travel News, 24 September 2019

Modern slavery: Brexit threatens to worsen conditions (cites BHRRC) - Open Access Government, 24 September 2019

Mining industry seeks to polish tarnished reputation - Japan Today, 24 September 2019

Mining industry seeks to polish its tarnished reputation - Business Day (South Africa), 22 September 2019

Mining industry seeks to polish tarnished reputation - Space Daily, 22 September 2019

Mining industry seeks to polish tarnished reputation - France24, 22 September 2019

Mining industry seeks to polish tarnished reputation - AFP, 22 September 2019

Mining industry seeks to polish tarnished reputation - International Business Times, 21 September 2019

Unique opportunity for renewables to clean up minerals sourcing (PDF) - Renewable Energy News (ReNews), 12 September 2019

Renewable energy minerals and human rights abuse - Financial Times 'Moral Money', 11 September 2019

‘Most renewable energy companies’ linked with claims of abuses in mines - Bhekisisa, 9 September 2019

New York- based watchdog criticises weak regulation in rare earth industry – Proactive Investors, 6 September 2019

Investors open to ESG risks in renewables supply chain - Responsible Investor, 5 September 2019

Battery metals demand Is fuelling human rights violations – Save Haven, 5 September 2019

Too many ethical and environmental violations in mines, even renewable ones under indictment (Italian) - QualEnergia.it, 5 September 2019

Fast fashion: A passing trend? (quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Dialogo Chino (China Dialogue), 5 September 2019

Renewable energy poses a serious threat to human rights - but it doesn’t have to (interview with BHRRC's Annie Signorelli) - Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, 5 September 2019

Demand for battery metals, renewables fuelling human rights abuse - Mining.com, 5 September 2019 

'Most renewable energy companies' linked with claims of abuses in mines - The Guardian, 5 September 2019

Exploitation rife among firms mining minerals for renewables, electric vehicles - Eco-Business, 5 September 2019

Clothing retailers continue squeeze on low-cost suppliers (cites BHRRC) - EcoTextile, 3 September 2019

Open source to advance geospatial for multiple sectors (cites BHRRC) - Geospatial World, 3 September 2019

How we are driving a just transition to a low-carbon economy (by BHRRC's Marti Flacks and Eniko Horvath) - Oxfam, 30 August 2019

Workshop on human rights in business - Jordan News Agency, 28 August 2019

Welfare in the Gulf: The companies trying to be humane - Gulf Construction News, 22 August 2019

Corporate Human Rights Benchmark merges with World Benchmarking Alliance - Responsible Investor, 21 August 2019

Asos intervenes when supplier cuts off wages, water, food to workers - Supply Chain Dive, 19 August 2019

Buying Practices Exacerbate Exploitation in Turkey’s Garment Industry - Sourcing Journal, 13 August 2019

Slavarbetare vanligt i företagens leverantörsled (Swedish, cites BHRRC) Dagens Industri, 13 August 2019

Brand demands crippling Turkey’s Syrian workforce (cites BHRRC and quotes Alysha Khambay) - Ecotextile, 9 August 2019

Critics Say Monsanto's Spying and Intimidation Operation Exposes Company's 'Toxic Corporate Culture' and Threatens Journalists' Rights (cites BHRRC's Ana Zbona) - Common Dreams, 8 August 2019

Pueblos indígenas, en el epicentro de los conflictos ambientales (Spanish - quotes BHRRC's Ana Zbona) - Deutsche Welle, 8 August 2019

Sierra Leone community’s suit against diamond miner shows activist trend (cites BHRRC), Reuters, 6 August 2019 (Story also published by CNBC and Swiss Info)

If Boris Johnson wants a global Britain he needs to get serious about ending modern slavery (by BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Ethical Corporation, 6 August 2019 (See also digital magazine edition PDF)

We know most global companies have modern slavery in their supply chains (cites BHRRC's Patricia Carrier) - Ethical Corporation, 6 August 2019 (See also digital magazine edition PDF)

Why von der Leyen must put rights at core of business (by BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - EU Observer, 5 August 2019

Poor purchasing hurts refugee garment workers in Turkey - Just Style, 1 August 2019

Keeping our seafarers safe (cites BHRRC) - Islands Business, 26 July 2019

New UK modern slavery consultation: transparency in supply chains (cites BHRRC) - Lexology, 24 July 2019

Human rights essential for clean energy’s ethical future - Triple Pundit, 19 July 2019 

How to invest in renewable energy responsibly (by BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) -  Responsible Investor, 18 July 2019

Solar industry counts seven human rights allegations - PV Magazine, 18 July 2019

Dirty deeds of the clean energy sector: Investors urged to step up - Eco-Business, 17 July 2019

Investors hold power to limit human rights abuses in renewables - Renewables Now, 17 July 2019

As major brands go into damage control, here’s how you can end forced labour (cites Modern Slavery Registry) - The New Daily, 16 July 2019

Non-profit: Investors must act on renewable energy's human rights abuses - Investment Week, 16 July 2019

Countries around world change trade policies to fight international labor violations (cites BHRRC) - The Hankyoreh, 14 July 2019

Canned tuna brands fail to tackle modern slavery in supply chains, says human rights group - Food Navigator, 12 July 2019

Modern slavery: new supply chain consultation launched - Logistics Manager, 11 July 2019

New Modern Slavery Laws apply from July 1 in Australia (cites BHRRC) - Business News, 10 July 2019

Putting people's fundamental rights at the core of climate solutions (Phil Bloomer signs joint letter) - Reuters, 9 July 2019

Modern Slavery Laws in Australia: Steps in the Right Direction? (by BHRRC's Amy Sinclair) - CUP's Business and Human Rights Journal, 4 July 2019

UK expands its modern slavery law, but will it work? (by Patricia Carrier) - Reuters, 3 July 2019

VIDEO: KnowTheChain's Felicitas Weber talks forced labour, wages and the G20 - Al Jazeera's 'Inside Story' show, 28 June 2019

Dutch Legislature Passes Mandatory Child Labor Diligence Law (cites BHRRC) - JD Supra, 25 June 2019

Modern Slavery Laws in Australia: Steps in the Right Direction? (by Amy Sinclair) - Cambridge University's Business and Human Rights Journal, 20 June 2019

Italy’s slave labour problem (cites BHRRC) - The Week, 20 June 2019

Europe takes a big step towards companies having ‘duty of care’ on  Human Rights (by Phil Bloomer) - EU Reporter, 12 June 2019

Human trafficking, slavery rife in Pacific tuna supply chains - Supply Chain Dive, 7 June 2019

Why clean energy companies can’t neglect human rights in rush to a low-carbon economy - Ethical Corporation, 7 June 2019

Is there something fishy in the tuna supply chain? - Forbes, 6 June 2019

Understanding the Business and Human Rights Agenda (interview with BHRRC's Marti Flacks) - PASS, 5 June 2019

Pacific to take steps to combat slavery on tuna ships, amid calls for global brands to tackle problem (radio) - ABC, 5 June 2019

Esclavitud moderna en la cadena de suministro del atún en conserva (Spanish) - Republica, 5 June 2019

De l'esclavage moderne dans le thon en boîte (French)- Libération, 4 June 2019 (and Amy Sinclair: 'Des violations flagrantes des droits humains sont souvent révélées dans le secteur du thon en boite' - Libération, 4 June 2019)

Monster Beverage From Laggard To Leader On Slavery In Supply Chain (cites KnowTheChain, quotes Felicitas Weber) - Value Walk, 4 June 2019

Canned tuna brands found failing to combat slavery in supply chains - Eco-Business, 4 June 2019

Canned tuna companies failing to tackle modern slavery in supply chains - Fish Information Services, 4 June 2019

Major tuna brands failing to tackle slavery in Pacific supply chains – report - The Guardian, 3 June 2019

Survey shows 80% of major tuna brands clueless about who caught the fish - Spend Matters, 3 June 2019

Canned tuna brands turn a blind eye to ‘modern-day slavery’ - Business Day (South Africa), 3 June 2019

Canned Tuna Leaders Are Not Addressing Forced Labor - Strategic Sourceror, 3 June 2019

Canned tuna brands failing to combat slavery in supply chain - The Globe & Mail, 3 June 2019

Canned tuna brands found failing to combat slavery in supply chains - Jerusalem Post, 3 June 2019

Canned tuna putting workers at risk of exploitation, slavery - DevDiscourse, 3 June 2019

Canned tuna brands found failing to combat slavery in supply chains - Reuters, 3 June 2019

Damning report accuses major tuna brands of failing to tackle Pacific slavery - Undercurrent News, 3 June 2019

Major tuna brands failing to tackle slavery in Pacific supply chains – report - Ceng News, 3 June 2019

Report: Global tuna brands fail to combat slavery at sea - IntraFish, 3 June 2019

Tuna Brands Failing to Tackle Modern Slavery - Maritime Executive, 3 June 2019

Canned tuna brands failing on countering slavery in Pacific - report - Newsie, 3 June 2019

Canned tuna brands failing on countering slavery in Pacific - report - Radio New Zealand, 3 June 2019

Survey of UAE construction firms raises serious doubts over worker welfare at University of Birmingham Dubai - Birmingham University College Union, 22 May 2019

Transitar de las empresas socialmente responsables, a los negocios con respeto a los derechos humanos (quotes BHRRC's Melisaa Ortiz Massó) - Newsweek Mexico, 14 May 2019

Open Apparel Registry is a powerful new tool shining a light on the garment industry (by BHRRC's Phil Bloomer and Alysha Khambay) - Ethical Corporation, 10 May 2019

How to Fight Sexual Harassment at Work? Empower Women Workers through Trade Unions (written for BHRRC) - Human Rights Watch, 1 May 2019

Rising restrictions on labour rights threaten the heart of social justice (by BHRRC's Ana Zbona and Sanyu Awori) - Open Global Rights, 1 May 2019

Seven ways that you can make your wardrobe more sustainable while remaining stylish (cites KnowTheChain) - Telegraph, 25 April 2019

Respecting the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as Renewable Energy Grows (BHRRC article in Earth Day reading list) - Stanford Social Innovation Review, 22 April 2019

Maysa Zorob talks Vedanta and Zambian farmers on CNBC Africa (with BHRRC's Maysa Zorob) - CNBC Africa, Capital Connection, 19 April 2019

Are businesses doing enough to tackle forced labour? (by BHRRC's Rosie Monaghan) - Tech UK, 16 April 2019

German draft law on abuses in supply chains faces uncertain future (quotes BHRRC's Johannes Blankenbach) - Devex, 4 April 2019

How to move towards better modern slavery reporting (cites BHRRC) - Just Style, 28 March 2019

Report sees human rights issues in gig economy jobs, but companies defend their model - Corporate Council (Law.com), 26 March 2019

Social audit portal launched to drive industry-wide change - Ecotextile News, 13 March 2019

Business operators in Pacific urged to be aware of human rights (radio interview with BHRRC's Amy Sinclair) - Radio New Zealand, 6 March 2019 

O que fazer quando empresas matam (Portuguese) (quotes BHRRC's Julia Mello Neiva) - El Pais, 27 February 2019

Ending Supply-Chain Slavery: Is Asia Ready? (quotes BHRRC's Golda Benjamin) - The Asia Foundation, 27 February 2019

CSR Dilemma – Environment Vs Human Rights (cites BHRRC) - The CSR Journal, 25 February 2019

Addressing late payment in construction: The role for governments and clients (cites BHRRC) - Engineers Against Poverty, 21 February 2019

Could Finnish presidency fix labour-chain abuse? - EU Observer, 15 February 2019

#FinnishEUPresidency urged to toughen up human rights rules on business - EU Reporter, 15 February 2019

Letter to Thailand Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha (BHRRC signs letter) - Human Rights Watch, 14 February 2019

The rising tide of regulations on business and human rights: Could Asia be next? (Quotes BHRRC) - Eco Business, 13 February 2019

New Report Released on Qatar and UAE - Building and Wood Workers' International, 6 February 2019

Vale suspended from Corporate Human Rights Benchmark over dam disaster - Ethical Corporation, 1 February 2019

It’s not just the Spice Girls, exploitative clothing is everywhere (by BHRRC's Danielle McMullan) - Left Foot Forward, 31 January 2019

Hotel companies failing to protect migrant workers in Qatar and UAE: Report - Middle East Eye, 30 January 2019

Middle East: Firms accused of ‘failing’ migrant workers, Construction News, 29 January 2019

Anger rises in Brazil after Vale dam disaster (Quotes BHRRC's Julia Mello Neiva), Financial Times, 28 January 2019

From Mariana to Brumadinho: the mining victims the world forgets, New Statesman, 28 January 2019

Why local capacity building could solve the Spice Girls’ problem (Quotes BHRRC's Phil Bloomer) - Innovation Forum, 25 January 2019

The UK should listen to MPs and fix the holes in the Modern Slavery Act, Ethical Corporation, 25 January 2019

The difference between a worker and an exec? About 4,400 years, (Quotes Phil Bloomer), Ozy.com, 22 January 2019

Roads to serfdom (Cites BHRRC modern slavery research) - The Law Society Gazette, 21 January 2019

Moda, supply chain opaca sul lavoro (Italian), EticaNews, 21 January 2019

Why businesses are nothing without strong human rights (co-written by BHRRC's Mauricio Lazala) - World Economic Forum, 16 January 2019

Adidas and Gap top sustainable fashion supply chain rankings, Edie.net, 8 January 2019

Gareth Snell: Our modern slavery law is not fit for purpose - LabourList, 7 January, 2019 

KnowTheChain analiza el comportamiento social del sector moda y calzado (Spanish), Pinker Moda, 2 January 2019


Labour abuses continue to plague major global brands, Fashionating World, 30 December 2018

Adidas é a marca de roupas que mais combate o trabalho escravo, diz ONG (Spanish), Epoca Negocios, 28 December 2018

RDC : Plaidoyer pour une meilleure gestion des ressources naturelles (French), Aliou Diouf of BHHRC, La Tribune Afrique, 26 December 2018

De nieuwste sneakers: hoe bloed, zweet en tranen aan de basis liggen (Dutch), Manners, 25 December 2018 

Modern-day slavery still exists in the fashion industry, report reveals, The National, 20 December 2018

KnowTheChain представила рейтинг брендов одежды и обуви, использующих рабский труд (Russian), Foxtime.ru,18 December 2018

Modern Slavery May be in Your Sneaker Supply Chains, Report Finds, Sourcing Journal, 17 December 2018

Fashion Industry Falling Short on Addressing Labor Abuses, Triple Pundit, 17 December 2018

Did 'slave labour' make your designer bag? - Daily Mail, 16 December 2018

'Made in esclavitud': el trabajo forzado en la industria textil y de calzado (Spanish), Marketing Directory, 16 December 2018 

Did a slave make your sneakers? The answer is: probably, Fast Company, 14 December 2018

Adidas and Gap Among Top Companies Eradicating Forced Labour in Supply Chains, Fashion Week Daily, 13 December 2018

KnowTheChain Ranks Adidas, Lululemon Among Top-Scoring Brands, Women's Wear Daily, 12 December 2018

Major apparel brands still failing to tackle worker exploitation, Just-Style, 12 December 2018

Apparel, footwear brands failing to tackle exploitation, Fibre2Fashion, 12 December 2018

New business and human rights treaty takes shape (by BHRRC's Maysa Zorob) - Open Global Rights, 11 December 2018

Universal Declaration of Human Rights changed the world, says Phil Bloomer (audio), BBC Newshour, 10 December 2018

International corporations come out in defence of human rights campaigners, Left Foot Forward, 10 December 2018

تقرير يدعو للحد من اتساع قطاع العمل غير المنظم في "الانشاءات . (Al Ghad news, 10 Dec 2018)

Foot Locker, Skechers among lowest-scoring brands on forced labor, Supply Chain Dive, 7 December 2018

Weekly podcast: Insight from modern slavery’s front-line (audio), Innovation Forum, 7 December 2018

KnowTheChain、アパレル43社の強制労働対応ランキング2018。ファストリ21位、しまむら最下位 (Japansese), Sustainable Japan, 7 December 2018

Skoföretagen som är bäst och sämst på att stoppa tvångsarbete i leverantörsleden (Swedish), Aktuell Hallbarhet , 6 December 2018

Apparel & Footwear Benchmark Findings Report, yourSRI, 6 December 2018

De löper störst risk bära skor av tvångsarbetare (Swedish), Di, 6 December 2018

Footlocker och Skecher kan göra mycket mer för att förhindra tvångsarbete (Swedish), VA, 6 December 2018

Syrian workers exploited in Lebanon and Jordan (video), Middle East Monitor, 6 December 2018

Fashion labels failing to adequately combat forced labor: report, Luxury Daily, 5 December 2018

Know The Chain 2018 Apparel and Footwear Benchmark released, Briefing Corporate Citizenship, 5 December 2018

Major brands failing to tackle worker exploitation, study shows, Fashion United, 5 December 2018 (German, Spanish)

Refugees at risk amid weak labour protections in Lebanon, Jordan: Report, Middle East Eye, 4 December 2018

Construction companies failing to protect refugee workers in Jordan, Lebanon, Middle East Monitor, 4 December 2018

Apparel and footwear industry fails exploitation prevention test, new report finds, Fashion Network, 4 December 2018 (French, Spanish)

Apparel brands lag on exploitation in supply chains, Apparel Insider, 4 December 2018

Major Apparel and Footwear Brands Failing to Tackle the Exploitation of Vulnerable Workers, Market Watch, 3 December 2018

Refugees at risk amid weak labour protections in Lebanon, Jordan: Report, Middle East Eye, 3 December 2018

Construction companies failing to protect refugee workers in Jordan, Lebanon: study, Umberto Bacchi, Reuters, 4 December 2018 (reprinted on ReliefWeb, AllAfrica.com, BeirutBizReport.com, The Peninsula (Qatar), Gulan Media (Kurdish), and Egypt Today)

Satellites to survivors: five goals for the anti-slavery fight in 2019, Thomson Reuters, December 2018

New business and human rights treaty takes shape, Maysa Zorob in OpenGlobalRights, December 2018

From abuse to abortion laws: the world's 12 hot topics in 2018, The Guardian, December 2018

COP24: Human rights concerns cast a shadow over U.N. climate summit, Mongabay, December 2018

U.N. reaches 'remarkable' but vague 'milestone' in anti-slavery fight, Thomson Reuters, December 2018

Opening Up Sugar Contracts in Southeast Asia: An Interview with Golda Benjamin, State of the Planet, December 2018

Abuse rife in construction industry: report, Finbar Anderson, Daily Star (Lebanon), 3 December 2018

UK's Tetley reveals tea suppliers in push for slave-free sourcing, Thomson Reuters, November 2018

New human rights ranking shows most firms have barely left the starting line, Phil Bloomer in Ethical Corporation, November 2018

Britain's top firms 'wholly inadequate' in tackling slavery, survey finds, Sustainable Procurement News, Eco Vadis, 21 November 2018

FTSE 100 "Wholly Inadequate" in Fighting Slavery, Freedom United, 19 November 2018

Britain's top firms 'wholly inadequate' in tackling slavery, survey finds, Thomson Reuters, 19 November 2018

Forced labor in supply line still a worry (Cites KnowTheChain) - Arkansas Democrat Gazette, 11 November 2018

US companies perform twice as badly as Europeans on human rights ranking, Ethical Corporation, November 2018

Team formed to overhaul expatriate labour regulations, Ana V. Ibáñez Prieto, The Jordan Times, 1 November 2018

Unilever Tops List of Food and Drink Firms Tackling Forced Labor - Voice of America, 2 October 2018

Migrants claim recruiters lured them into forced labour at top Qatar hotel, The Guardian, October 2018

Fighting for human rights makes both moral and business sense, The Hill, October 2018

‘We have to make sure our clean-energy future is good for people, too’, Eniko Horvath in Ethical Corporation, October 2018

Is Asos Forging Ahead As The Most Conscious High-Street Brand?, Vogue, September 2018

Investors ignore human rights at their peril, Financial Times, September 2018

Australia targets big business with world's 2nd anti-slavery law, Thomson Reuters, September 2018

Modern slavery is an abhorrent crime and a serious abuse of human rights, Devon Live, August 2018

Call for Thailand to Stand Strong on Human Rights, The Maritime Executive, August 2018

UK businesses slow to tackle slavery under landmark law: survey, Thomson Reuters, July 2018

UK businesses slow to tackle slavery under landmark law: survey, Kieran Guilbert, Reuters, 30 July

Defending land and environmental rights has become an increasingly deadly endeavor, Nafisa Eltahir, The Intercept, 24 July

Key player quits dirty Western Sahara phosphate game, Sahara Press Service, 23 July

The three things you need to know about the new Modern Slavery legislation, Robin Mellon, The Fifth Estate, 12 July

Modern slavery: increasing scrutiny on public procurement, Chris Syder, Lexology, 12 July

British retailers call for progress on ‘weak’ corporate anti-slavery commitments, Sarah George, edie.net, 4 July

UK businesses must make tackling modern slavery business-critical, experts warn, Sarah George, edie.net, 29 June

Powerful New Yorkers Are Criminalizing Ecuadorians Seeking Relief From Chevron, Karen Hinton, TruthOut, 28 June

Are courts the new front line for climate justice?, Maysa Zorob and Marion Cadier, Thomas Reuters Foundation News, 13 June

RightsCon 2018: Trends, lessons and connections, Amalini De Sayrah, Groundviews, 2 June 

تقرير: عمالة غير رسمية تسيطر على قطاع البناء الأردني (Arabic), Alghad Articles, 22 May 2018

Foreign workers still subject to exploitation due to fragile legal status - report, Ana V. Ibáñez Prieto, The Jordan Times, 22 May

Natural gas project that promised economic boom leaves PNG in ‘worse state’: report,  Isabel Esterman, Mongabay Series: Southeast Asian infrastructure, 17 May

Brands sourcing from Jordan must do more for refugees, Francis Churchill, Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), 9 May 2018

Videos of African children giving personalised birthday greetings – sold on Chinese e-commerce websites – divide opinion, Rachel Cheung, South China Morning Post, 6 May

New Survey Claims Migrant Worker Abuse in Jordan, International Development Systems (IDS), 4 May 2018

US brands challenged on migrant worker abuse in Jordan, Michelle Russell, Just-Style, 3 May

US apparel brands challenged on Jordan migrant workers, David Styles, EcoTextile, 2 May

Turkish clothing and textile exporters in bullish mood, Jozef De Coster, Just-Style, 1 May 

Nigerian fishermen fight for permission to appeal oil pollution ruling, The Brief Team, The Times:The Brief, 30 April 

Big brands from Nestle to Walmart back sustainable supply chain drive to eradicate slavery, The Japan Times, Thomson Reuters Foundation, 26 April 

Big brands from Nestle to Walmart back sustainable supply chain drive, Kieran Guilbert, Reuters, 25 April

'Wake up call' as luxury fashion brands criticized over supply chain slavery risk, Lin Taylor, Reuters, 23 April

Respecting the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as Renewable Energy Grows, Radhika Shah and Phil Bloomer, Stanford Social Innovation Review, 23 April

Australia must legislate to prevent modern slavery in our supply chains, Amy Sinclair and Felicitas Weber, The Guardian, 11 April 

Britain's top suppliers flout landmark anti-slavery law, Kieran Guilbert, Reuters, 22 March

Is landmark UK law falling short in fight against modern slavery? Anna Ionova, Reuters, 19 March

Tech industry unaware of mica's shady origins, Khmer Times, Reuters, 15 March

Tech companies reliant on mica despite child labor fears - campaigners, Kieran Guilbert, Reuters, 14 March

'Attacks and killings': human rights activists at growing risk, study claims, Annie Kelly, The Guardian, 9 March

Lydian International shareholders respond to concerns of Armenian nature protection activists, translated and edited by Stepan Kocharyan, Armenpress, 27 February

Killings and threats against land rights defenders soar in 2017: rights group, Umberto Bacchi, 6 February

Tim Mohin: ‘The world doesn’t need more CSR reports’, Terry Slavin, Ethical Corporation, 4 February

Editorial: Extended Rights to Qatar Campus, Editorial Board, The Hoya, 26 January

BHRRC: An expanding resource for corporate accountability, Sudeep Chakravarti, LiveMint, 25 January

Maritime reporting platform for human rights abuses, Fiji Times Online, 24 January

Global Maritime Human Rights Reporting Platform Launched, The Maritime Executive, 21 January

Corporate Transparency: Continuing focus on supply chains, Lexology 3 January

Was Your Smartphone Built in a Sweatshop? Michelle Chen, The Nation, 2 January 


UK: Corporate Transparency: Continuing Focus On Supply Chains, Doug Bryden and Laura Spota, Mondaq News Alert, 18 December

Business and Human Rights: Key 2017 developments and the road ahead, Lexology, 11 December 

Britain urged to name and shame firms that exploit workers, Kieran Guilbert, Thomson Reuters, 21 November

Rights groups criticize Qatar's 'very low' $200 minimum wage, Olivia Cuthbert, Arab News, 18 November

Tackling modern-day slavery within global supply chains, Financier Worldwide, 15 November 

Zara Factory Workers Give Voice to Turkey's Supply Chain Problems, Arthur Friedman, Sourcing Journal, 7 November

Are Europe's Biggest Retailers Doing Enough to Address Refugee Rights?, The Fashion Law, 6 November

Nuevo informe del CIEDH sobre explotación laboral de refugiados sirios en fábricas textiles en Turquía. Euronews, 3 November

Top retailers fail to stop refugee abuse, Euronews, 3 November

'Avrupa'nın büyük giyim markaları Türkiye'de çalışan Suriyeli mültecilerin sırtından kâr ediyor', BBC Turkey, 3 November

European chains profit on the back of Syrian refugees in Turkish factories: watchdog, Kieren Guilbert, Thomson Reuters Foundation, 3 November

Refugee exploitation persists in Turkey supply chains, Michelle Russell, Just Style, 3 November

Sense in sustainability: the changing focus for boards, Ruth Sullivan, Board Agenda, 1 November

FTSE 100 companies not doing enough to fight against modern slavery, The Good Shopping Guide, 31 October 2017

Modern slavery laws are improving business at home and abroad, Andrew Rosling & Katie Kinloch, The Times, 26 October 2017

Responding to Modern Slavery - New UK Benchmarking Report, Herbert Smith Freehills, 24 October 2017

UK report has found the FTSE 100 is struggling to comply with UK Modern Slavery Act reporting requirements, Minter Ellison, 20 October 2017

FTSE100 companies need to do more to protect women and girls from sex trafficking, Tsitsi Matekaire, The London Economic, 18 October 2017

Modern slavery statements: key updates for employers, Stephen Simpson, Personnel Today, 18 October 2017

Britain's top firms fail to tackle slavery with 'tick box' culture, Umberto Bacchi, Thomson Reuters Foundation News, 17 October 2017

FTSE 100 Companies Fall Short on Slavery Statements, Report Says, Ben DiPietro, Wall Street Journal, 16 October 2017

Modern Slavery Guidance Updated by UK's Home Office, Tim Wright, Lexology, 16 October 2017

Opinion: FTSE 100 not doing enough to tackle modern slavery, Phil Bloomer, Ethical Corp, 16 October 2017

Governments have the tools, now they must deliver an international agreement on modern slavery, Phil Bloomer and Sharan Burrow, Equal Times, 13 October 2017

HeidelbergCement's transparent excuses for complicity in Israel's crimes, Adri Nieuwhof, The Electronic Intifada, 11 October 2017

What the 'renewables rush' means for human rights, Roberta Pinamonti, GreenBiz, October 4 2017

Reporting on slavery in supply chains is not about "naming and shaming" companies - it's about ending the horrendous abuse, Nick Grono, Thomson Reuters Foundation News, 22 September

Sustainable Investments Are Not Always What They Seem, Heather Grady, Stanford Social Innovation Review, 21 September 2017

Spain and Chile Launch National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights, Raquel Flórez and Emily Holland, Lexology, 5 September 2017

Australia is the next major opportunity for the global modern slavery movement, Amy Sinclair, Reuters, 4 September

France briefing: Taking aim at corporate human rights abuse, Stuart Buckman, Ethical Corp, 17 August 2017

Is the AIIB Really 'Lean, Clean and Green'?, Lowell Chow, The Diplomat, 2 August 2017

Business and the social contract, Sudeep Chakravarti, Live Mint, 20 July 2017

Modern Slavery Act annual reporting: the risks of falling short on compliance, Chris Syder and Vicky Hudson, Penningtons Manches LLP, Lexology, 10 July 2017  

Migrant workers bear the brunt of Qatar rift, Phil Bloomer, Thomson Reuters Foundation, 6 July 2017

Compliance Check: Gaps and Good Practices Appear in Modern Slavery Statements, Ulyana Androsova, LexisNexis, 26 June 2017

The Modern Slavery Act 2015: Overview and Future Developments, Natasha Reurts, Lexology, June 22 2017

Slavery is a weak link in corporate supply chains, Lindsay Fortado, Financial Times, 22 June 2017

When corporate impunity trumps human rights, Sudeep Chakravarti, Livemint, 22 June 2017

Politics of Death: Body count mounts in worldwide wars over land, Paola Totaro and Matthew Ponsford, Thomson Reuters Foundation, June 19 2017

Eastman Chemical resigns from trade group, Marc S. Reisch, Chemical & Engineering News, June 19 2017

The Energy 202: Paris climate accord divides industrial trade group, Dino Grandoni, Washington Post, 13 June 2017

Violaciones a los derechos humanos de empresas y autoridades mexicanas serán evidenciadas en Ginebra, Érika Ramírez, Contralínea, 7 June 2017

Puebla, con más casos de abusos a derechos humanos por industrias extractivas, Lorena González Guzmán, Angulo7, 6 June 2017

Report Asks Investors to Respect Human Rights On Clean Energy Projects, Devin Thorpe, Forbes, 23 May 2017 

Renewable energy projects 'violating people's rights', Desmond Davies, Ghana News Agency, 26 May 2017

What about the 'S' in ESG? New Guidelines for Evaluating Companies' Social Performance, Michael Laermann, Sustainable Brands, 29 May 2017

Why it's getting harder (and more dangerous) to hold companies accountable, Ciara Dowd and Elodie Aba, openDemocracy, 23 May 2017 [Also available in Español and Français]

Modern Slavery Act - staying ahead of the field, Colin Godfrey (Taylor Wessing), Lexology, 12 May 2017

Alleged labour abuses: Panasonic and Samsung reforms fall short, say activists, Pete Pattisson, The Guardian, 9 May 2017

Phil Bloomer: how to learn from leading companies on modern slavery, Phil Bloomer and Ian Welsh, Innovation Forum, 5 May 2017

Solar and wind energy: Driver of conflict or force for peace?, Dario Kenner, Why Green Economy?, May 2017

Renewable energy faces growing human rights concerns, Robin Hicks, Eco-Business, 3 May 2017

As land conflicts rise, clean energy investors face financial risks, Laurie Goering, Thomson Reuters Foundation, 26 April 2017

Renewable energy investments face human rights scrutiny, Dennis Price, Impact Alpha, 26 April 2017

Forced Labor Still Looms in IT, Food and Beverages, Jan Lee, Triple Pundit, 25 April 2017

Modern Slavery - An Update, Paul Davies, Jumana Rahman & Michael D. Green, Lexology, 24 April 2017

Diamonds are not all girls' best friends, Joy Mabenge, Mail & Guardian Africa, 3 April 2017

A year after the UK Modern Slavery Act, time for a Global Modern Slavery Agreement?, Phil Bloomer, Thomson Reuters Foundation, 31 March 2017

Why UK companies cannot ignore modern slavery reporting, Phil Bloomer, Board Agenda, 29 March 2017

Civil rights are under attack. Here’s why the business world should care, Mauricio Lazala, Global Agenda, World Economic Forum, 27 March 2017

UK construction coalition launches anti-slavery charter, Adrian Bishop, OPP.Today, 23 March 2017

Construction coalition to raise awareness of modern slavery, Catherine Rowell, Global Construction, 23 March 2017

Efforts to clean up global supply chains so far come up short, Jeffrey Vogt, OpenDemocracy, 22 March 2017

Human Rights rankings: no perfect company, Sudeep Chakravarti, Livemint.com, 16 March 2017

HR E-briefing: Modern slavery reporting: the verdict - one year on, Thomas Player, Lexology, 16 March 2017

'No Scope for Complacency' as Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Reveals 2017 Findings, Moe Myint, The Irrawaddy, 15 March 2017

The Morning Risk Report: Teething Problems Complying with U.K. Modern Slavery Act, Mara Lemos Stein, Wall Street Journal, 14 March 2017 

Lords, loopholes and corporate crime, Fiona Gooch, Traidcraft, 14 March 2017

Top Companies Ranked by Respect for Human Rights, Saxon Norgard, RightsInfo, 14 March 2017

The World's Leading Companies on Human Rights, Leon Kaye, Triple Pundit, 13 March 2017

Aviva-backed benchmark ranks companies on human rights, Samuel Agini, Financial News, 13 March 2017

NGOs: Prosecute big business for corruption and human rights abuses, John van der Luit-Drummond, Solicitors Journal, 9 March 2017

How many more deaths? Companies and human rights defenders: some thoughts from Latin America, Karen Hudlet, Equal Times, 9 March 2017 [Also available in Spanish]

The energy sector post-Paris, Jim McClelland, Raconteur, 2 March 2017 

Ethical issues remain in the fashion industry, Jim McClelland, Raconteur, 23 February 2017 

French bill would require businesses to adopt supply chain due diligence programs, Just Means, 13 February 2017

NGO voices: The perfect storm that led to Human Rights at Sea, David Hammond, Human Rights at Sea, Ethical Corporation, 6 February 2017

100,000 may have died but there is still no justice over Indonesian air pollution, Elodie Aba and Bobbie Sta. Maria, The Guardian, 4 February 2017

More death and injury mar Chinese-backed coal power station in Bangladesh, Global Construction Review, 3 February 2017

Informe de organización internacional sobre amenazas y ataques a defensores de derechos humanos releva alarmante aumento en el número de casos en América Latina, El Ciudadano, 25 January 2017

How the UK Modern Slavery Act can find its bite, Patricia Carrier & Joe Bardwell, Open Democracy, 24 January 2017 

Ready or not: Universities and reporting requirements under the UK Modern Slavery Act, Olga Martin-Ortega, International Learning Lab on Public Procurement and Human Rights, 17 January 2017 

A new corporate benchmark for human rights, Sundeep Chakravarti, Livemint, 12 January 2017

Informan sobre abusos a defensores/as de derechos humanos, SERVINDI, 12 January 2017

Crecen los ataques a activistas ambientales y sociales en América Latina, Comunica RSE, 11 January 2017

Modern slavery statements: seeing evidence of company action, Cindy Berman, Ethical Trading Initiative, 11 January 2017 


Fortifying Civic Participation Worldwide, Miriam Niehaus, Stanford Social Innovation Review, 29 December 2016

Five On Friday – Five Recent Developments That We've Been Watching Closely, Sarah A. Altschuller, Foley Hoag LLP, Mondaq, 28 December 2016 

Export-Import Bank gave $8.5bn to Mexico oil firm despite deadly accidents, Gilda di Carli, Guardian, 28 December 2016

Scourge of slavery can sprout up at the dining table, Cristina Talens, Yorkshire Post, 23 December 2016

Learn lessons from first published modern slavery transparency statements, experts recommend, Tom Stocker and Neil Carslaw, Out-Law.com, 22 December 2016

Environmental Defenders Are Being Murdered at an Unprecedented Rate, Says UN Special Rapporteur, Bethany N. Bella and Geoffrey D. Dabelko, New Security Beat, 22 December 2016

Landmark human rights case against world’s biggest fossil fuel firms pushes on, Ping Manongdo, Eco-Business, 13 December 2016 (Also featured in AlterNet)

Prada, Kering Group severely need to reassess forced-labor practices: report, Brielle Jaekel, Luxury Daily, 12 December 

Human rights investigation into climate change impacts proceeds, Greenpeace Southeast Asia, Eco-Business, 10 December 2016 

It's in our hands to fight the rise of blame and bigotry, Phil Bloomer, Ethical Corporation, 21 December 2016

Labour market badly hit by oil price fall, Porimol Palma, The Daily Star, 17 December 2016

Report: Prada, Gucci Fail to Address Sweatshop Labor in Their Supply Chains, Jasmin Malik Chua, Ecouterre, 16 December 2016

Hong Kong lags behind in the battle against modern-day slavery, Lowell Chow, South China Morning Post, 16 December 2016 

REPORT: Gucci, Balenciaga, Prada Have More Forced Labor in their Supply Chains than H&M, The Fashion Law, 9 December 2016

Inditex, aprobado en transparencia en la cadena de suministro, Mondaes, 9 December 2016

Blood Diamonds: More than One Fifth of Diamonds Sold Worldwide are Funding Bloodshed and Violence, Sean Clinton, Global Research, 9 December 2016

NGO rüffelt Prada für mangelndes Engagement gegen Zwangsarbeit, Tobias Bayer, TextilWirtschaft, 9 December 2016 

Apparel Companies Still Have an Abysmal Record on Forced Labor, Leon Kaye, Triple Pundit, 9 December 2016  

"프라다, 강제노동 예방노력 '거의 빵점'…아디다스 81점", Yonhap News, 9 December 2016

First national human rights investigation into climate change impacts proceeds despite opposition from fossil fuel companies, Business Mirror, 9 December 2016

Has the Gulf cleaned up its act before Qatar 2022?, The World Weekly, 8 December 2016

One (Very) Good Reason to Feel Good About Buying Adidas, Gap, and H&M, Scott Christian, Esquire, 8 December 2016

Adidas Making Strides To Address Human Trafficking & Forced Labor, Nike & Others Still Lagging, Sheena Butler-Young, Footwear News, 8 December 2016

Prada scored frighteningly low on newly released forced labor index, Whitney Bauck, Fashionista, 8 December 2016

These Four Brands Are Fighting Forced Labor in Their Supply Chains, Apparel, 8 December 2016

New Benchmarks, Empowerment Program Aim to Eradicate Worker Exploitation in Apparel Supply Chains, Libby MacCarthy, Sustainable Brands, 8 December 2016 

Prada found wanting in assessment of forced labour safeguards, Annie Kelly, Guardian, 8 December 2016

Call to better protect Gulf migrant workers, Adrian Bishop, OPP.Today, 6 December 2016 

State-owned enterprises in China could be an entry point for human rights, Qian Cheng, 6 December 2016 

Safe workplaces not being ensured: Study, Belal Hossain Biplob, The Daily Star, 6 December 2016

Qatari And FIFA Pledges On Worker Rights Have Little Impact On Construction Companies – Analysis, Eurasia Review, 5 December 2016

Report lambasts construction’s failure to tackle worker abuse in the Gulf, The Construction Index, 5 December 2016

South Korean Construction Industry Silent on Worker Abuse in Gulf States, Daniel Corks, Korean Exposé, 5 December 2016

World Cup Soccer: Qatari and FIFA Pledges on Worker Rights Have Little Impact on Construction Companies, James M. Dorsey, Centre for Research on Globalization, 5 December 2016 (Also featured in International Policy Digest)

Slavery and access to justice, Leigh Day, 2 December 2016

Modern Slavery Business Reporting: Beyond Compliance, Reed Smith LLP, 1 December 2016 

Renewable energy is violating human rights as much as fossil fuels have for decades, Justine Calma, Quartz, 25 November 2016

Trump Vows to Disrupt Trade—Progressives Need to Push Him in the Right Direction, Michelle Chen, Working In These Times, 22 November 2016

Collaboration 'strongest weapon against slavery, Ethical Corporation, 21 November 2016

Human Rights: The business case for backing civil rights defenders, Terry Slavin, Ethical Corporation, 17 November 2016

Modern Slavery Act compliance - A cut and paste job?, Shoosmiths LLP, 15 November 2016

What's the True Cost of Cheap Clothing?, Scott Christian, Esquire, 14 November 2016

Migrant Workers Widespread in Food Supply Chain, Triple Pundit, 10 November 2016

Slow start for Modern Slavery Act, Board Agenda, Gavin Hinks, 8 November 2016

Criticisms of slavery statements, a focus on prosecuting offenders and imposing STPOs: the year that taught us the Modern Slavery Act is not a tick-box exercise, Kingsley Napley, 7 November 2016 

Five steps to ensure climate action does not harm human rights, Eniko Horvath, Eco-Business, 7 November 2016

Forced labour in food industry: ‘Progress has been slow’ says report, Will Chu, Food Navigator, 2 November 2016

Carbon majors respond to climate and human rights inquiry, Megan Darby, Climate Change News, 27 October 2016

Child refugees in Turkey making clothes for M&S, Zara, Mango, Asos, Ethical Corporation, 27 October 2016

Turquie : le calvaire des réfugiés syriens dans les ateliers Mango ou Zara, L'OBS, 26 October 2016

Turquie: des réfugiés syriens exploités chez des sous-traitants d’Asos ou Mango -Vidéo, Anti-K, 26 October 2016

Syrische Fashion brands ignore “endemic” abuse of Syrian refugees in Turkey - watchdog Geflüchtete in türkischen Textilfabriken, UmweltDialog, 26 October 2016

Ausbeutung von Flüchtlingen: BBC erhebt Vorwürfe gegen Modehersteller, Handelsblatt, 26 October 2016

Phil Bloomer Interview on ZDF reportage: Ausbeutung minderjähriger Flüchtlinge im türk. Textilsektor?, ZDF Heute Journal, 26 October 2016

Marks and Spencer, Asos : des réfugiés syriens exploités dans leurs ateliers turcs, Le Monde, 25 October 2016

BBC Exposé Reveals Child Refugees Making Clothes for British High Street, Jasmin Malik Chua, Ecouterre, 25 October 2016

M&S and Zara in Syria refugee sweatshop storm: Suppliers accused of exploiting children to make cheap clothes for the chains, Al Sham Info, 25 October 2016  

Flüchtlingskinder nähen Kleidung für europäische Modemarken, Zeit Online, 25 October 2016 

Fashion brands ignore “endemic” abuse of Syrian refugees in Turkey – watchdog, Timothy Large, Thomson Reuters Foundation, 25 October 2016

Turchia, i minorenni siriani nelle fabbriche dei grandi marchi,  Le Persone e la Dignità - Corriere Della Sera, 25 October 2016  

Syrische kinderen in Turkije maken kledij voor Britse winkels" Auteur: Belga, Rik Arnoudt, Deredactie.be, 25 October 2016  

BBC: “Syrische kinderen in Turkije maken kledij voor Britse winkels”, Het Nieuwsblad, 25 October 2016

Модни компании пренебрегват експлоатацията на бежанци в турски фабрики, показва доклад, Dnevnik.bg, 25 October 2016 

Ünlü markalara 'Türkiye'deki mülteci çocukları istismar' suçlaması, Mynet, 25 October 2016

Zara, Mango etc: Flüchtlingskinder schuften für Modehersteller, Südtirol Online, 25 October 2016 

供應鏈剝削敘難民 時裝品牌未提供保護, 新聞中心首頁_新浪網-北美, 25 October 2016

Danielle McMullan interview on Syrian children making clothes for Irish retailers, Newstalk Breakfast, Newstalk 106-108fm, 25 October 2016

Here’s Why Syrian Refugees Are Making Clothes For Zara, Asos, And M&S, Sara Spary, Buzzfeed UK, 25 October 2016

Sírios são vítimas de trabalho em regime de escravidão na Turquia, diz BBC, Centro de Estudos das Relações de Trabalho e Desigualdades, 24 October 2016

Dvanáct hodin u stroje. Syrské děti v Turecku šijí pro Zaru, Mango i M&S, IDNES.cz, 24 October 2016

Syriska flyktingbarn syr kläder åt Mango och Zara, Caroline Englund, DN.se, 24 October 2016

Pengungsi anak Suriah dipekerjakan di pabrik merek Eropa, BBC News Indonesia, 24 October 2016

Copiii sirienilor refugiaţi în Turcia, exploataţi în fabrici care produc haine de firmă pentru Europa, Independent, 24 October 2016

Syrian refugee kids among £1-an-hour workers making clothes for Marks and Spencer and Asos, Daily Record, 24 October 2016

Syrian refugee children ‘making clothes for British firms in Turkish factories’, Press Association, 24 October 2016

Syryjskie dzieci szyją ubrania dla sklepów w UK, mojawyspa, 24 October 2016

BBC Panorama: Προσφυγόπουλα από τη Συρία δουλεύουν σε εργοστάσια ρούχων στην Τουρκία, Lifo, 24 October 2016

Crianças sírias escravizadas na Turquia por fornecedores de marcas de roupa, Expresso, 24 October 2016

Are Child Refugees In Turkey Making Your Clothes?, Alice Casely-Hayford, Refinery29, 24 October 2016

Çocuk mülteciler Türkiye'de tekstil atölyelerinde çalıştırılıyor, Ogretmendiyari, 24 October 2016 

Asos, Marks & Spencer found illegally using Syrian child labour in Turkey, Daisy Wyatt, iNews, 24 October 2016

Syrian refugee children making Marks and Spencer, Zara, Mango and Asos clothes in Turkey – report, Nandini Krishnamoorthy, International Business Times UK, 24 October 2016

Syrian Refugee Children Working in Turkish Sweatshops Making UK Clothes - Undercover BBC Investigation Finds, Don Crothers, The Inquisitr, 24 October 2016

M&S and Zara in Syria refugee sweatshop, Sean Poulter, Daily Mail, 24 October 2016

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Danielle McMullan interview on Undercover: The Refugees Who Make Our Clothes, BBC Panorama, BBC One, 24 October 2016

Danielle McMullan interview on BBC Breakfast, BBC News, 24 October 2016 

Fünf Maßnahmen der DAX30 Unternehmen zur Achtung der Menschenrechte, CSR-News, 23 October 2016

FTSE 100 falls short on reporting under Modern Slavery Act, Gavin Hinks, Board Agenda, 18 October 2016

Home secretary Amber Rudd strengthens police response to modern slavery, EasternEye, 18 October 2016

Factory toilet break ban sparks outrage in Serbia, Kensington Chelsea & Westminister, 18 October 2016

British Business Is Failing Modern Day, John Oldfield, Huffington Post, 18 October 2016 

Does UK's landmark anti-slavery law live up to the hype?, Timothy Large, Thomson Reuters, 18 October 2016 

FTSE100 slavery reports 'expose shocking inaction', Will Green in Ethics, Risk, Supply Chain, 17 October 2016

Marks & Spencer top for modern slavery reporting, Michelle Russell, Just-Style, 17 October 2016

Forced labor risk: major food and beverage brands response inadequate, says KnowTheChain, PRNewswire, 17 October 2016

British companies told 'no excuse for inaction' against slavery, Thomson Reuters Foundation, 17 October 2016

FTSE 100 slow to report on fight against modern slavery, Jane Croft, Financial Times, 15 October 2016

Statement on lastest Hilary Clinton corruption revelations, PoliticalNews.me, 7 October 2016

Oxfam takes its supply chain seriously. Others should follow, Sharan Burrow, Equal Times, 6 October 2016

Slavery Act: UK companies under fire over statements, Board Agenda, Gavin Hinks, 4 October 2016

No company wants slavery in its supply chain, so why are so many sitting on their hands?, Phil Bloomer in Thomson Reuters Foundation, 3 October 2016

How companies can eliminate modern slavery through best practice, Phil Bloomer, Ethical Corporation, 1 October 2016

Monitoring Supply Chains To Prevent Slavery, SGS, 30 September 2016

Is Your UK Modern Slavery Act Statement Ready?, Claire McNicholas, National Law Review, 28 September 2016

Opinion: Why you need to take notice of the Modern Slavery Act, Brett Hartley, Clyde & Co, 24 September 2016

Call for Action on Human Rights at Sea "Without Exception"- Human Rights Not a Tick-The-Box Exercise, Human Rights at Sea, 21 September 2016

United States: Five On Friday - Five Recent Developments That We've Been Watching Closely, Foley Hoag, 20 September 2016

UK: Tackling Modern Slavery: Are You ready?, Clyde & Co, 5 September 2016 Honouring Wilberforce – firms must join 21st century slavery fight, Yorkshire Post, 2 September 2016 IOSH: UK companies' anti-slavery disclosures can encourage others to follow suit, Institute of Safety and Health, 1 September 2016 Less than 6% of modern slavery reports compliant with law, Supply Management, 1 September 2016

[Português] Os Jogos Olímpicos do Rio serão lembrados como os Jogos da exclusão?, Júlia Mello Neiva in El país, 

[français] Derrière une image, la tragédie de millions d'enfants syriens, Tribune de Genève, 19 August 2016

Copper, poverty and tax dodging: At the heart of Zambia's high stakes elections, Joy Mabenge in Africa Arguements, 9 August 2016

[français] N'est-il pas temps de remettre en question l'accord UE-Turquie?, Le Vif, 29 July 2016

What can Brexit teach us about business and human rights?, Phil Bloomer in OpenDemocracy, 21 July 2016

Bennett Freeman: Investors should pay attention to how ICT firms manage forced labour in supply chains, Responsible Investor, 27 June 2016

HP, Apple top list of tech companies fighting forced labor risk, Thompson Reuters Foundation, 24 June 2016

Hitachi and Canon not doing enough to tackle forced labour, says report", Guardian, 23 June 2016, Triple Pundit, 22 June 2016

The technology industry must do more to stop forced labor, Triple Pundit, 22 June 2016

Ranking of 20 Information and Communications Technology Firms on Supply Chain Forced Labor Finds Far More Transparency and Action Needed, PRNewswire, 22 June 2016

Human Rights Council: Call for protection for defenders working on business and human rights, International Service for Human Rights, 17 June 2016

Formula One Backs Up To Baku This Weekend, Steve Hanley, Gas2, 16 June 2016

Investor Coalition Backs First Ever Human Rights Benchmark, Blue & Green Tomorrow, 14 June 2016

Hilary Clinton 'Went to Bat' for Chevron, Betsy Woodruff, The Daily Beast, 10 June 2016

The Gulf: Cleaning up construction, Sudeep Chakravarti, Livemint, 10 June 2016

Groups call on F1 and Bernie Ecclestone to take stand against Azerbaijan, Nate Saunders, ESPN, 9 June 2016

F1 'excited' by Baku despite human rights pressure, PaddockTalk, 8 June 2016

Motorsport: Bernie Ecclestone is urged to take human rights stand, Jose Ramone, The National, 8 June 2016

F1 urged to speak out on human rights situation in Azerbaijan, Paul Weaver, The Guardian, 7 June 2016

Sport For Rights urges Bernie Ecclestone to make public stand in Azerbaijan, The Daily Mail, 7 June 2016

The Alchemy of Business & Human Rights (Part V): The Culture of Change, Aaron Marr Page, The Huffington Post, 1 June 2016

PH to summon 47 big oil companies to account for climate change, Republic of the Philippines - Philippine Information Agency, 29 May 2016

Are renewable energy companies ready to respect human rights? Eniko Horvath, Business Green, 18 May 2016

The Alchemy of Business and Human Rights (Part IV): The Rules of the Game, Aaron Marr, The Huffington Post, 11 May 2016

The Alchemy of Business and Human Rights (Part III): The Missing Institution, Aaron Marr, The Huffington Post, 11 May 2016

Philippines: Will the next president help the working poor the economy is leaving behind? Bobbie Sta. Maria, Asian Correspondent, 2 May 2016

Turquía: Documentan trabajo infantil de niños y niñas refugiadas en los talleres textiles, Pilar Cebrián, El Confidencial, 27 April 2016

Balfour Beatty and Interserve accused of migrant worker labour abuses in Qatar, Pete Pattison, The Guardian, 13 April 2016

Australian Business & Human Rights: Inaction No Longer Cuts It, Paul Dobson and Shailesh Tyagi, Deloitte, 14 April 2016

Balfour Beatty and Interserve accused of migrant worker labour abuses in Qatar, Pete Pattison, The Guardian, 13 April 2016

Data Control Could Stop Slavery in Apparel Supply Chains, Lyndsay McGregor, Sourcing Journal, 6 April 2016 

The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Ranks Large Companies' Human Rights Performance, John Kloosterman, Stefan Marculewicz, Michael Congiu, and Lavanga Wijekoon, Littler, 4 April 2016

Major fashion brands are trying to stop their factories in Turkey from exploiting Syrian refugees, Marc Bain, Quartz, 1 April 2016

Primark doubles supplier factory audits in Turkey, Katie Smith, Just-Style, 1 April 2016 

Human Rights at Sea delivers new publication on UN guiding principles on business and human rights in the maritime environment, Hellenic Shipping News, 30 March 2016

Primark ups factory inspections as Europe's refugee numbers swell, Jill Geoghegan, Drapers, 29 March 2016

The Alchemy of "Business and Human Rights" (Part I): The BHR Boom Years, Aaron Marr Page, The World Post, 29 March 2016

What You Need to Know About the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark, Sarah A. Altschuller, Foley Hoag LLP, JD Supra Business Advisor, 28 March 2016

Primark ramps up efforts to tackle worker exploitation in Turkey, Asia, Belinda Goldsmith, Thomson Reuters Foundation News, 28 March 2016

Primark ramps up checks on refugee exploitation, RTE News, 28 March 2016

New Tools Benchmark Corporate Efforts to Eliminate Modern Slavery, Hannah Furlong, Sustainable Brands, 25 March 2016

Can a business ever source responsibly from a war zone? Annie Kelly, The Guardian, 22 March 2016

Making Respect for Human Rights a Competitive Advantage, Thomson Reuters, 22 March 2016

World’s First Ranking of Largest Companies’ Human Rights Performance Begins, Blue & Green Tomorrow, 21 March 2016

A World First: Ranking of Human Rights Performance By Listed Companies Begins, Dina Medland, Forbes, 20 March 2016

Empresas dejan a medias leyes antiesclavitud en Gran Bretaña, Lindsay Fortado, Milenio, 8 March 2016

Lacklustre compliance on anti-slavery law, Lindsay Fortado, Financial Times, 7 March 2016

Firms show patchy compliance with UK anti-slavery requirements, Katie Nguyen, Thomson Reuters Foundation, 7 March 2016

Can we unravel the supply chain? Anthony Westenberg, Toronto Star, 29 February 2016

What can we expect from the EU-Turkey deal over the lives of Syrian refugees? Elif Mendos Kuskonmaz, Open Democracy, 15 February 2016

Made in Turkey, stitched by Syrian children, Rengin Arslan, BBC Turkish, 9 February 2016

Retailers Taking Decisive Action to Protect Syrian Refugees in Their Textile Supply Chain, Ayako Hobbs, The National Law Review, 4 February 2016

Missing Migrant Children, Ma. Ceres P. Doyo, The Philippine Daily Inquirer, 4 February 2016

Garment makers not fast enough to stop Syrian refugees from being exploited, Nye Longman, Supply Chain Digital, 3 February 2016

H&M anuló contrato con socio turco por emplear a niños sirios refugiados, Sputnik Mundo, 2 February 2016

Flüchtlingskinder schuften für H&M und Next, Tagesschau, 2 February 2016

Turkish textile association refutes claims over ‘employment of Syrian children in factories,’ Turkish Weekly, 2 February 2016 

SYRIENS – Les grandes marques du textile épinglées pour exploitation de réfugiés en Turquie, Aline Joubert, Le Petit Journal, 2 February 2016

4 firmada Suriyeli mültecilere rastlandı, Violet Ataselim, Haberturk, 2 February 2016 

Syriskt flyktingbarn sydde kläder för H&M, Kim Malmgren, Expressen, 2 February 2016 

Syriskt flyktingbarn arbetade i H&M:s fabric, Niklas, Svahn, Aftonbladet, 2 February 2016

Syrian child labour found in Turkey clothes factories, Arutz Sheva, 2 February 2016

H&M découvre qu'elle emploie des enfants syriens dans ses usines en Turquie (et décide de réagir), Le Huffington Post, 2 February 2016

Turquie: H&M et Next empechent le travail illegal d'enfants syriens, La Parisienne, 2 February 2016 

Arbeiten syrische Flüchtlinge in türkischen Textilfabriken?, Euronews, 2 February 2016

Syrian child labour found in Turkey clothes factories: charity, Agence France Presse, 1 February 2016

Syrian child labour found in Turkey clothes factories, Global Post, 1 February 2016 

Next and H&M tackle use of Syrian children in factories, Jill Geoghegan, Drapers, 1 February 2016

H&M Suriyeli çocukları çalıştırıyor, Fortune Turkey, 1 February 2016 

Σάλος στη Βρετανία με τα προσφυγόπουλα-εργάτες των H&M και NEXT (και όχι μόνο), Alfa Vita, 1 February 2016

Moda devleri çocuk işçi çalıştırdı, Milliyet, 1 February 2016 

Independent: İngiliz firmaların Türkiye tedarikçilerinde Suriyeli çocuk işçi, BBC Turkce, 1 February 2016

Independent: "İngiliz firmaların Türkiye tedarikçilerinde Suriyeli çocuk işçi," CNN Turk, 1 February 2016 

Syrian refugee children found working in Next and H&M factories, Tanveer Mann, Metro, 1 February 2016 

La moda sfrutta i bimbi siriani rifugiati in Turchia, La Repubblica, 1 February 2016

Travail au noir d'enfants syriens dans des usines de textile en Turquie (ONG), L'Orient Le Jour, 1 February 2016

10,000 young migrants unaccounted for, EU police agency says, Mitch Potter, Toronto Star, 1 February 2016

Syrische Flüchtlingskinder nähten für H&M und andere Modeketten, Salzburg 24, 1 February 2016

Syrian child labour found in Turkey clothes factories: Charity, Middle East Eye, 1 February 2016

Σάλος στη Βρετανία με τα προσφυγόπουλα-εργάτες των H&M και NEXT (και όχι μόνο), Alfa Vita, 1 February 2016

Syrian Children Slave Away in Turkey Stitching Designer Clothes, TeleSUR, 1 February 2016

Syrian Refugee Children Found Working In Factories Supplying H&M And Next, Rosy Cherrington, Huffington Post, 1 February 2016

H&M i Next zatrudniały dzieci uchodźców z Syrii, Veronica Szkwarek, Bankier, 1 February 2016

Turkey Denies Use of Syrian Refugee Child Labor in Textile Factories, Sputnik International, 1 February 2016

Des cas d'embauche d'enfants syriens pour des sociétés européennes ont été mis au jour en Turquie, Sputnik France, 1 February 2016

Turkish suppliers deny employing Syrian minors for UK retailers, Today's Zaman, 1 February 2016

Syrian refugee children found in Turkish clothing factories, Michelle Russell, Just-Style, 1 February 2016

Child labour won't go away without transparency, Adam Gale, Management Today, 1 February 2016

Turkish textile association refutes claims over 'employment of Syrian children in factories,' Hurriyet Daily News, 1 February 2016

Bambini siriani nelle fabbriche turche. Lo rivela H&M e adotta contromisure. Ma molti brand sarebbero coinvolti, L'Huffington Post, 1 February 2016

Syrian children found working for UK clothing suppliers including Next and H&M, Laura Pitel, The Independent, 1 February 2016 

Syrian children found in Turkish garment factories making British high street brands, RT, 1 February 2016 

Hidden child labour: how Syrian refugees in Turkey are supplying Europe with fast fashion, Frederik Johannisson, The Guardian, 29 January 2016

German businesses are waking up to the potential of refugees, Dorothée Baumann-Pauly & Isabel Ebert, Business Boost, Scroll.in, 29 January 2016

Human Rights in Thailand: Andy Hall's legal battle to defend migrant workers, Naomi Larsson, The Guardian, 22 January 2016

Plight of Syrian Refugees in Turkish Factories Sending Shockwaves Through Garment Industry, Phil Bloomer, Huffington Post, 18 January 2016


Digging deeper: the impact of coal on human rights, Krizna Gomez and Gregory Regaignon, Open Democracy, 9 December 2015

British companies should be accountable at home for harm caused abroad, Liz May, Traidcraft, Financial Times, 8 December 2015

Philippine typhoon victims prepare lawsuit against fossil fuel companies accused of driving climate change, South China Morning Post, 5 December 2015

This Holiday Season, Find Out What Your Favorite Brands are Doing on Human Rights, Michael Kourabas, Triple Pundit, 24 November 2015

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Joy Mabenge as Anglophone Southern & Western Africa Researcher & Representative, based in South Africa, 2 November 2015

How Can Companies Support Refugees in Europe?, Eniko Horvath, The Huffington Post, 21 October 2015

Human rights and the future of Formula One, Phil Bloomer and Kenneth Roth, The Guardian, 12 October 2015

First Of Its Kind In The World: Goldman Awardee, Groups File Petition Against Fossil Fuel Companies, Gecerin Sayen Ocampo, The Science Times, 6 October 2015

[español] La irresponsabilidad social de las multinacionales españolas en Qatar, Carlos Bravo, Público.es, 19 sept., 2015

[español] ONG internacional investiga a Mazda en México por despidos y acoso; la empresa lo niega, Daniel Rentería, SinEmbargo, 30 Ago., 2015

Modern Slavery Act (UK) And Supply Chain Transparency In The Construction Sector, Clare Hatcher and Brett Hartley, Mondaq, 27 August 2015

Don’t shun responsibility in Jatigede Dam, Kania Mezariani G., The Jakarta Post, 26 August 2015

The Right Way, Construction Week, 21 August 2015

From the European Games to Formula 1; How sport is ignoring human rights, Phil Bloomer, Huffington Post, 4 August 2015

Negotiating and fighting for a binding treaty on business and human rights, Phil Bloomer, Guardian, 27 July 2015

Intense scrutiny on AIIB should spur it to fulfil its social and environmental mission, Annabel Short and Lowell Chow, South China Morning Post, 26 July 2015

How Companies Are Addressing Human Rights in the Workplace, Ruth Sullivan, Bloomberg, 20 July 2015

In Myanmar, Garment Factories That Source Popular Brand-Name Clothing Retailers Aim To Defeat A 40-Cent Hourly Minimum Wage, Cole Strangler, International Business Times, 17 July 2015

Silence on investment projects is not the answer, Vani Sathisan & James Tager, Bangkok Post, 16 July 2015

From the European Games to Formula 1: how sporting events are ignoring human rights, The B Team, The Guardian, 14 July 2015

Myanmar wants minimum wage accepted on trial basis, Joshua Carrol & Selim Altin, Fulton County News, 13 July 2015

"What human rights?" Why some companies speak out while others don't, Joseph Bardwell and Mauricio Lazala, Open Democracy, 17 June 2015

Tender fights can hurt children's rights, Bongekile Macupe, Times Live, 10 June 2015

Philippines factory fire: 72 workers need not have died, Irene Pietropaoli, The Guardian, 8 June 2015

Tiffany & Co backs investigative reporter in Angola blood diamonds case, Jessica Elgot, The Guardian, 3 June 2015

China, Brazil, Peru Eye Transcontinental Railway Megaproject, Brianna Lee, International Business Times, 19 May 2015

WHO Adds 36 New Drugs to List of Essential Medicines, Shreerupa Mitra-Jha, Outlook India, 8 May 2015

[deutsch] "Mehr Dialog und Transparenz schaffen", detektor.fm, 7 May 2015

[deutsch] BASF: Mitverantwortung für ein Massaker in Südafrika?, CSR-News.net, 6 May 2015

NGOWatch – May 2015: UK firms’ human rights recommendations, Nadine Hawa, Ethical Corporation, 5 May 2015

Jewelers Protest Trial of ‘Blood Diamonds’ Journalist, Rob Bates, JCK, 29 April 2015

Azerbaijan: Western inaction breeding ‘culture of impunity’ for free speech abuses, Rebecca Lowe, IBA, 29 April 2015

Defamation Trial Of Angolan Journalist Rafael Marques Postponed, Settlement Possible, Kerry Dolan, Forbes, 24 April 2015

Leaked emails expose Sony concern over report its cameras used in Gaza attack, Ali Abunimah, The Electronic Intifada, 20 April 2015

Annabel Short interviewed on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation News, CBC News, 17 April 2015 [Radio]

Development for all: Protecting workers as economic integration sweeps Southeast Asia, Irene Pietropaoli in Asian Correspondent, 16 April 2015

[deutsch] Kohlefinanzierung in Serbien durch die KfW, Lili Fuhr, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, 10 April 2015

Election 2015: Next government must do more to tackle supply chain slavery, Marino Donati, Supply Management, 9 April 2015

Smoking gun? Britain’s top diplomat to Pakistan rapped for attending tobacco lobby meeting, Russia Today, 8 April 2015

British firms could be linked to slavery, murder and ecological abuse overseas – NGO, Russia Today, 3 April 2015

Report on UK Briefing, Press TV, 3 April 2015 [TV]

UK Should Hold Businesses Accountable for Rights Abuses Abroad - NGO, Alexander Mosesov, Sputnik News, 2 Apil 2015

British firms linked to human rights abuses overseas, Press TV, 2 April 2015

Interview with Phil Bloomer on UK Briefing, The Report hosted by John Rees, The Islam Channel, 2 April 2015 [TV]

Journalist who exposed industry abuses now on trial, Michelle Graff, National Jeweller, 26 March 2015

Lip-Service But Little Action on U.N. Business and Human Rights Principles in Latin America, Inter Press Service, 21 March 2015

Pharma accused of restricting access to hep C drug in poor countries, Sarah Boseley, The Guardian, 20 March 2015

Africa: Disconnecting the Minerals-Energy-Climate Dots, Patrick Bond, AllAfrica, 12 March 2015

Are Governments in a "Leap-Frog Race" on Business and Human Rights?, Eniko Horvath, The Huffington Post,1 March 2015

Kokang's Peasant Crises is for the International Community to review their Perspective (The Introduction to Tatmadaw Dynasty), Kanbawza Win, 1 March 2015

New Platform Sheds Lights on Multinationals and Human Rights, Leon Kaye, TriplePundit, 26 February 2015

Rankings, Benchmarks, Reporting and More: Motivating Action on Business and Human Rights, Amol Mehra, The Huffington Post, 26 February 2015

[français] Lancement de plateformes interactives sur les entreprises, RSE et PED, 25 février 2015

[español] ¿Quién manda en el INE?, El Economista, 25 Febrero 2015

Shedding light on human rights: do businesses stand up to scrutiny?, Annabel Short, The Guardian, 25 February 2015

Long way to go for foreign investment and human rights in Burma, Casey Hynes, Asian Correspondent, 25 February 2015

Most foreign investors evasive on human rights commitment: report, Mizzima, 22 February 2015

Mining for goodwill will reap profits, Khanya Mncwabe, Mail & Guardian, 20 February 2015

Foreign investors silent or evasive on human rights commitments, The Nation (Thailand), 23 February 2015

Burma's human rights abuses highlight alarming corporate corruption, Bobbie Sta. Maria and Irene Pietropaoli, The Guardian, 20 February 2015

Time for local human rights defenders to monitor transnational corporations in Myanmar, Maung Ne Lynn Aung, 19 February 2015

Most foreign investors evasive on human rights commitment: report, Mizzima, 19 February 2015

No Relief for Evictees One Year on From Coca-Cola Visit, Zsombor Peter and Aun Pheap, The Cambodia Daily, 14 February 2015

[français] « J’ai parlé de gens qui meurent, on m’a répondu CAC 40 » : on ne peut pas en rester là !, Elodie Aba, Rue89, 12 février 2015

[français] Une justice de plus en plus éloignée pour les victimes des multinationales?, Olivier Petitjean, Observatoire des multinationales, 10 février 2015

Guest Blog: Business and Human Rights in India – Time for a National Action Plan?, Harpreet Kaur, Dejusticia, 06 February 2015

Fair wage, decent wage, living wage...' Six things you need to know, Hannah Gould, The Guardian, 5 February 2015

Curbing illicit financial flows in Africa is imperative, Sarah Evans, Mail & Guardian, 5 February 2015

Doors closing on judicial remedies for corporate human rights abuse, Sif Thorgeirsson, Open Democracy, 26 January 2015

Human rights comes under corporate attack, The Global Legal Post, 26 January 2015

10 things we learned about eradicating child labour, Hannah Gould, The Guardian, 23 January 2015

Convergence towards the global middle: an emerging architecture for the international human rights movement, Louis Bickford, Open Democracy, 19 January 2015

Human rights and big business: new ranking aims to drive race to top, Phil Bloomer, The Guardian, 14 January 2015

How can businesses help to eradicate child labour? – live chat, Annabel Short in The Guardian, 13 January 2015

Corporate Human Rights Ranking Seeks To Foster “Race to the Top”, Carey Biron, MintPress News, 12 January 2015

Canadian Mining Companies and Corporate Accountability, Michael Kourabas, TriplePundit, 5 January 2015


Jo Swinson pledges support for a new ranking of companies’ human rights performance, Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, UK Government, 18 Dec 2014

Benchmarking Business Ethics, Jo Swinson, The Huffinton Post, 18 December 2014

New benchmark to rank companies on their human rights records, Marion Dakers, Financial Services Editor, The Telegraph, 18 December 2014

Government backing rights project, Press Association, The Daily Mail, 18 December 2014

Ranking Business For Human Rights In A 'Race To The Top', Dina Medland, Forbes, 18 December 2014

Florida Tomato Pickers' Wins Could Extend To Dairy, Berry Workers, Tracie McMillan, WYSO, 13 December 2014

Global corporate human rights index to launch, Adam Brown, IR Magazine, 5 December 2014

Efforts Underway to Benchmark Companies on Human Rights, Robert Kopp, Social Funds, 4 December 2014

Investor-backed business and human rights benchmarking and ranking project launched, Daniel Brooksbank, Responsible Investor (subscription required), 4 December 2014

New benchmark to gauge corporate performance in human rights, Ethical Performance, December 2014

"Press Release: First responses received for public database of government action on business & human rights", 27 Nov 2014

How to achieve fair wages for workers in fashion industry - live chat, Danielle McMullen, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre in The Guardian

"How to achieve fair wages in the fashion industry - we ask the experts", expert input from Harpreet Kaur, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre in Guardian Sustainable Business (UK), 18 Nov 2014

"To respect human rights, fashion needs business, unions and governments", Phil Bloomer, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre in Guardian Sustainable Business (UK), 17 Nov 2014 

“Pwint Thit Sa follow-up: MCRB holds workshops on Human Rights Policy and Human Rights Reporting Framework”, Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business, includes Business & Human Rights Resource Centre presentations, 10 Nov 2014

"Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Joe Bardwell as Corporate Accountability & Communications Officer", Nov 2014

"National Pro Bono Week – Advancing Human Rights In and Through Business", Lucia Berro, Oxford Human Rights Hub, 9 Nov 2014

"Supermarkets' struggle for economic survival must not come at expense of human rights", Eniko Horvath, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre on Guardian Sustainable Business (UK), 27 Oct 2014 

“Human rights institutions in Southeast Asia: Are the “paper tigers” coming to life?”, Bobbie Sta. Maria, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, in Asian Correspondent, 21 Oct 2014

"Human rights: who, what, where?", Sudeep Chakravarti, Livemint, 26 Sep 2014

"Signs human rights are moving slowly up the agenda in corporate China", Lowell Chow, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, in Guardian sustainable business social impact, 17 Sep 2014

"Protecting workers' rights is good for business, in China and elsewhere", Lowell Chow, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, in South China Morning Post, 26 Aug 2014

"Business & human rights standards fail indigenous peoples in Bolivia & Chile", Eniko Horvath, Mauricio Lazala and Amanda Romero, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, in openGlobalRights, 22 Aug 2014

“Human rights due diligence is part of the cost of doing business in SE Asia”, Marta Kasztelan on Food Navigator, quotes Bobbie Sta. Maria, Southeast Asia Researcher of Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, 21 Aug 2014

“Thai Human Rights Body Says Plantations Stole Land”, Zsombor Peter on Cambodia Daily, 14 Aug 2014 – Refers to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

“International rights groups back labor activist ahead of Thailand trial”, Casey Hynes on Asian Correspondent, quotes Bobbie Sta. Maria, Southeast Asia Researcher of Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, 13 Aug 2014

“Almost 100 rights groups call for an end to Natural Fruit v. Andy Hall”, Fresh Fruit Portal, 11 Aug 2014 - Refers to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

“Global unions join protest at harassment in Thailand of labour rights defender”, Owen Tudor on Stronger Unions, 8 Aug 2014 - Refers to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

“Thai Pineapple Industry urged to tell Natural Fruit to ‘back off’”, Andrew Drummond on andrew-drummond.com, 8 Aug 2014 - Refers to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[português] "ONGs pedem que presidenciáveis elevem padrão de direitos humanos entre empresas", Centro de Informações sobre Empresas e Direitos Humanos, Repórter Brasil, 6 de agosto de 2014

A Seismic Shift in Improving the Behaviour of Large Companies? Guest Post from Phil Bloomer (Director, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre), in World Bank blogs, 31 July 2014

"How companies should act to stamp out fishing slavery in Thailand", Marta Kasztelan on Food Navigator-Asia.com, quotes Bobbie Sta. Maria, Southeast Asia Researcher of Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, 7Jul 2014

Brazil World Cup: Fifa and business miss an open goal for human rights, Phil Bloomer and Julia Mello Neiva,  Business & Human Rights Resource Centre on Guardian Sustainable Business, 13 June 2014

"Egypt: human rights on hold, in the name of economic development", Rania Fazah, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, in OpenDemocracy, 29 May 2014

“WEF on East Asia: Tackling ‘equitable progress’ in times of great inequality”, Bobbie Sta. Maria, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre on Rappler (Philippines), 21 May 2014

[français] « Entreprises et droits humains : enfin un traité international contraignant ? », Olivier Petitjean, Observatoire des multinationales, 15 mai 2014

“Burma’s investment rush is leaving the poor majority behind”, Bobbie Sta. Maria & Phil Bloomer, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre on Guardian Sustainable Business (UK), 13 May 2014 

“Time for transparency, Myanmar-based businesses told”, Achara Ashayagachat on Bangkok Post, 12 May 2014 - Refers to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

“Oil firms draw most rights complaints”, Aung Shin on Myanmar Times, 4 May 2014 - Refers to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

"Businesses across Europe and central Asia are still violating workers' rights", Eniko Horvath & Ella Skybenko, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, on Guardian Sustainable Business (UK), 1 May 2014

"European Business: Workers and Minorities at the Sharp End of Human Rights Abuse", Business & Human Rights Resource Centre on CSRWire, 1 May 2014

Coverage of Business & Human Rights Resource Centre’s Eastern Africa briefing:

"Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Saul Takahashi as Japan, Korea & Pacific Islands Researcher, based in Tokyo", Mar 2014

"Business & human rights in Francophone Africa: New briefing highlights need for companies to avoid abuses, become vector of inclusive growth" [PDF], 14 Mar 2014 - published (in French) on AllAfrica, Next-Afrique, and Le Potentiel (Dem. Rep. of Congo)

[français] "Entreprises et droits de l’homme en Afrique francophone : Un nouveau bulletin régional exhorte les entreprises à respecter les droits de l’homme et à être un vecteur de croissance inclusive" [PDF], 14 mars 2014
Ce communiqué a été publié sur AllAfrica, Next-Afrique, et Le Potentiel (Rép. dém. du Congo).

“Singapore: Is the haze clearing for extra-territorial accountability?”, Bobbie Sta. Maria (Business & Human Rights Resource Centre’s Southeast Asia Researcher & Representative) in Asian Correspondent, 14 Mar 2014

Migrant workers in Qatar: Al-Etejah TV (Iraq)'s "CASES" program hosts discussion with Rania Fazah, Middle East Researcher at Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and Dr. Hussein Gharbieh of Lebanese University, 26 Feb 2014

[français] "Guinée: La transparence dans la gestion des ressources naturelles pour le respect des droits de l'homme", 5 mars 2014 [communiqué]

"Etude sur les entreprises et les droits de l'homme en République de Guinée" [billet]
[English] "Business & human rights in Guinea: Urgent action needed by companies & government to avoid business involvement in abuse, improve contributions to transparency & poverty reduction" [PDF]

"Companies can help advance human rights; Sochi shows they rarely use it", Ella Skybenko (Business & Human Rights Resource Centre's Eastern Europe & Central Asia Researcher & Representative) in Guardian Sustainable Business, 7 Feb 2014

"Are companies involved with 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi wilfully ignoring human rights?", Ella Skybenko (Business & Human Rights Resource Centre's Eastern Europe & Central Asia Researcher & Representative) in KyivPost, 7 Feb 2014


"Business must raise its game on human rights in the Middle East", Rania Fazah (Business & Human Rights Resource Centre's Middle East Researcher & Representative) in Guardian Sustainable Business, 10 Dec 2013 - on our recently launched briefing on business & human rights in the Middle East and North Africa

How about a SLAPP for your trouble?”, Sudeep Chakravarti, Livemint.com (India) 28 Nov 2013 – Refers to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre Corporate Legal Accountability Annual Briefing

[español]Informe sobre Responsabilidad Legal Empresarial para evitar abusos de multinacionales, ComunicaRSE, 26 nov., 2013

"Connecticut center honors human rights business group", AP, 16 Nov 2013 - on Business & Human Rights Resource Centre being awarded the 2013 Thomas J. Dodd Prize in International Justice and Human Rights

"Fighting for Workers' Rights—and Winning—at Major Global Corporations - Organization's quest to help voiceless workers earns it human rights prize", Peter Zachariadis, Take Part, 12 Nov 2013 - on Business & Human Rights Resource Centre being awarded the 2013 Thomas J. Dodd Prize in International Justice and Human Rights

[español] Cemex, Telmex y CFE hacen mutis en DH, El Economista, 7 oct., 2013 - hace referencia a nuestro informe sobre empresas y derechos humanos en América Latina y el Caribe

[español]Primer Informe sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos en América Latina y el Caribe, ComunicaRSE, 10 sept., 2013

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre launches its first regional briefing on Latin America & the Caribbean, 9 Sep 2013

Phil Bloomer joins Business & Human Rights Resource Centre as Executive Director, 2 Sep 2013

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre launches first briefing on Myanmar, 5 Aug 2013

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre will receive the sixth Thomas J. Dodd Prize in "International Justice and Human Rights" on November 13, 2013, Jean Nelson, Uconn Libraries, Greater Hartford (USA), 15 Jul 2013

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre launches first briefing on business & freedom of association, 3 Jul 2013

"Companies have a responsibility towards upholding human rights", Interview with Christopher Avery in the Gulf Times, 2 Jun 2013

"People on the move – June 2013", on the appointment of Phil Bloomer as new Executive Director at Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, 5 Jun 2013

“'In Their Words'” – Business & Human Rights Resource Centre Marks its 10th Anniversary with Videos of Advocates Talking About Their Work", 30 May 2013: Press release available in Arabic, English, French, Russian, Spanish.

24/04: Revisiting the CSR landscape - Deaths from the factory building collapse in Dhaka underscore the need to address matters of corporate liability, Sudeep Chakravarti, Livemint, 9 May 2013 - refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Phil Bloomer as Executive Director, 30 Apr 2013

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre launches its first regional briefing on Eastern Europe & Central Asia, 9 Apr 2013

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Julia Mello Neiva as Brazil, Portugal & Portuguese-speaking Africa Researcher & Representative, Mar 2013

[español]Presentaron un portal para orientar a las empresas en la implementación de los prinicipios de Derechos Humanos, ComunicaRSE, 1 marzo 2013

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre Launches Portals on UN Guiding Principles and UN Working Group, 26 Feb 2013

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إطلاق بوابات الكترونية حول مبادئ الأمم المتحدة التوجيهية وفريق الأم لمتحدة العامل من قبل مركز موارد حقوق الإنسان والأعمال

[中文 - Chinese] 企业与人权资源中心推出 《联合国指导原则》和联合国工作组门户网站 [PDF]

[Español - Spanish] El Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos lanza dos nuevos portales sobre los Principios Rectores y el Grupo de Trabajo de la ONU [PDF]

[Français - French] Le Centre de Ressources sur les Entreprises et les Droits de l’Homme  lance de nouveaux portails sur les Principes directeurs de l’ONU et sur le Groupe de travail de l’ONU [PDF]

[Русский - Russian] Ресурсный центр по вопросам бизнеса и прав человека запускает порталы, посвященные Руководящим принципам ООН и Рабочей группе ООH [PDF]

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Bobbie Sta. Maria as Southeast Asia Researcher & Representative, Jan 2013

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Elodie Aba as Legal Researcher, Jan 2013

[français] Le Centre de Ressources sur les Entreprises & les Droits de l’Homme nomme Elodie Aba au poste de chercheur juridique, janvier 2013


Shell responds to concerns over shale gas extraction in Tunisia, Tunisia Live, 23 Nov 2012 - refers to response obtained by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Ferrari flies too high, Salil Tripathi, Live Mint, 26 Oct 2012 - refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Nokukhanya (Khanya) Mncwabe as Anglophone Southern & Western Africa Researcher & Representative, Sep 2012

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Eniko Horvath as Europe Researcher & Representative, Aug 2012

New twist in Cambodian sugar firm saga, Phnom Penh Post, 16 Aug 2012 - refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Press release: Electronics companies’ responses to allegations that their industry associations undermine conflict minerals legislation, 1 Aug 2012

Human rights abuse claims cast shadow over CSC, Cloud Pro, 26 Jul 2012 - refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Electronics Companies Must Break from US Chamber on Conflict Minerals, Conflict Free Campus Initiative, Congo Action Now, Earthworks, Enough Project, Global Witness, Jewish World Watch & STAND, 27 Jun 2012 - refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre: New briefing highlights human rights lawsuits against companies over alleged abuses in over 25 countries, 20 Jun 2012

New Portal Exposes How Companies Impact the Core Rights of Workers, 6 Jun 2012

[español] Nuevo portal muestra los impactos de las empresas sobre los derechos básicos de trabajadores y trabajadoras, 6 junio 2012

[français] Un nouveau portail montre comment les entreprises impactent les droits fondamentaux des travailleurs, 6 juin 2012

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Rania Fazah as Middle East Researcher & Representative, Jun 2012

Eurovision Song Contest: Are some company sponsors ignoring concerns about human rights in Azerbaijan?, 23 May 2012 

Baku Hotel Owners Questioned On Hidden Sex Camera Claims, Ron Synovitz, RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty, 18 May 2012 – quotes Christopher Avery, Director Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Eurovision guests warned not to have sex in Baku hotels due to hidden surveillance, NEWS.am.,18 May 2012 – quotes Christopher Avery, Director Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Eurovision Glitz Is Assured, But For Azerbaijan's Gays, It's Same Old Song, Daisy Sindelar, RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty, 17 May 2012- refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Press Release: As Eurovision Song Contest approaches, concerns about hidden cameras in Azerbaijan hotel room, 16 May 2012

UK security firm G4S provides services to Israeli prisons, police and army, Adri Nieuwhof in openDemocracy, 10 May 2012 - refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Peer Pressure - Tech shops that sell spy equipment to repressive regimes are getting pounded, Catherine Dunn, Corporate Counsel, 1 May 2012 - refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Hosting of Bahrain GP backfires on Formula One, Michael Casey, Associated Press, 27 Apr 2012 - quotes Christopher Avery, Director Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Bahrain race shows flip side of sponsorship, Keith Weir, Reuters, 23 Apr 2012 - quotes Christopher Avery, Director Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Press release - Bahrain Grand Prix: Only 29% of Formula One companies respond to human rights concerns, 18 Apr 2012

Press release - Bahrain, the Grand Prix, and human rights: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre seeks responses from Mercedes/Daimler, Renault, Ferrari, Red Bull, JP Morgan and others, 12 Apr 2012

Bahrain: Tensions Mount over Al Khawaja’s release and Calls for F1 Grand Prix’s Cancellation, International Business Times, 10 Apr 2012 - refers to appeal by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Press release - Business & Human Rights Resource Centre calls on Government of Bahrain to release Abdulhadi al-Khawaja, a member of the Centre’s International Advisory Network, 10 Apr 2012

Fighting online censorship when legal action fails, Jillian C. York, Electronic Frontier Foundation, in Al Jazeera, 9 Apr 2012

Human rights and business, "Business and Human Rights Resource Centre is today a platform for what’s happening, what’s wrong, and who is doing what to fix it—or not", Sudeep Chakravarti, in LiveMint [India], 22 Mar 2012

[video] Pakistan internet campaign: How Business & Human Rights Resource Centre helped, Program Director Annabel Short, in Bolo Bhi's video gallery, Mar 2012

Business and Human Rights Resource Centre is today a platform for what’s happening, what’s wrong, and who is doing what to fix it—or not

Cautious Celebration: Report suggests Pakistan IT Ministry Withdraw Internet Censorship Plans
Bolo Bhi, 19 Mar 2012
- Thank you Sandvine, Verizon and Cisco, from Pakistan
Bolo Bhi, 5 Mar 2012

Children's rights: why businesses should care more for children, Annabel Short, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre in Guardian (UK)

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Sa’eda Al-Kilani as Middle East Researcher & Representative [PDF], Mar 2012

Post by Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST), 11 Feb 212 - refers to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and our On the Horizon bulletin

The DynCorp "See No Evil Monkey" - refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
David Isenberg in Huffington Post, 10 Feb 2012

Business Support for Communities Could be Waning - refers to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre event, Carol Pierson Holding, TriplePundit, 6 Feb 2012

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Public Eye award singles out mining company Vale, Barclays - refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Saabria Chaudhuri, Guardian (UK), 27 Jan 2012

We Are Not That Bad, Really! - refers to work by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Kosmos 9 blog, 19 Jan 2012

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Joseph Kibugu as its East Africa Researcher & Representative [PDF], Jan 2012


Shwe Gas Movement responds to CITIC, Hyundai Heavy Industries and Korea Gas Corporation on the Business and Human Rights Center, Shwe Gas Movement press release, 18 Nov 2011

[español] Telefónica anfitrión de la mesa de trabajo de los Principios 1 y 2 del Pacto Mundial, sobre Derechos Humanos, 27 octubre 2011, Sara Luisa Oñate, Telefónica Colombia - incluye entrevista a Amanda Romero del Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Lowell Chow as its East Asia Researcher & Representative [PDF], Oct 2011

[español] "Diario ejecutivo" de periódico El Financiero se refiere a los casos que el Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos (CIEDH) tiene sobre los impactos sobre los derechos humanos de la empresa mexicana Grupo Tomza, 11 julio 2011

New portal focuses on links between business & children's rights [PDF], 14 Jun 2011

[español] "Nuevo portal sobre los vínculos entre empresas y derechos de la infancia", 14 junio 2011

[français] "Un nouveau portail se focalise sur les liens entre les entreprises et les droits des enfants", 14 juin 2011

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Amanda Romero Medina as its Latin America Researcher & Representative [PDF], Apr 2011

[español] El Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos (CIEDH) nombra a Amanda Romero como su Investigadora y Representante para Latinoamérica y el Caribe [PDF], abril 2011

Launch of regional briefing – business & human rights in Anglophone Africa [PDF], 10 Feb 2011

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Mauricio Lazala as Deputy Director [PDF], Feb 2011

Presentation by UN Special Representative John Ruggie on his draft Guiding Principles on business & human rights, London, 11 Jan - Sir Geoffrey Chandler Speaker Series, event hosted by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre: Video and text


Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Mayling Chan as its East Asia Researcher & Representative [PDF], Nov 2010

Cleaning up the IT industry's supply chain in China, Asia Water Project, July 2010 - refers to the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre

Public debate held on corporate accountability, International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), 2 Aug 2010 - refers to event co-hosted by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Launch of regional briefing – business & human rights in South Asia, CSRWire, 21 July 2010

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Dr. Harpreet Kaur as its South Asia Researcher & Representative, July 2010

Tata, IOC in global list of cos with human rights policy, Financial Express, 18 July 2010

Companies Commit to Human Rights in Increasing Numbers, CSRwire, 24 June 2010

Launch of online portal on "Business, Conflict & Peace", CSRwire, 31 May 2010

[español] Lanzamiento del portal en línea "Empresas, Conflicto y Paz" [PDF], 31 mayo 2010

[français] Lancement du portail “Entreprises, conflits et paix” [PDF] 31 mai 2010

"Budget Accountability Must Be Strengthened to Advance Human Rights in Africa", Christina Holder, The Huffington Post, 27 Apr 2010 - refers to the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Two new portals on business & human rights: “Getting Started” and “Tools & Guidance” [PDF], 23 Mar 2010

[español] Dos nuevos portales sobre empresas & derechos humanos: “Getting Started” (Para comenzar) y “Tools & Guidance” (Herramientas y guías) [PDF], 23 marzo 2010

[français] Deux nouveaux portails sur les entreprises et les droits de l'homme: "Getting Started" ("Mise en route") et "Tools & Guidance" ("Outils & Orientation") [PDF] 23 mars 2010


Videos of Martyn Day & Paul Hoffman speaking on "Human rights lawsuits against companies - our experiences with victims, their families and businesspeople." London, 3 Dec 2009, hosted by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre Launches Information Hub on Work of UN Special Representative John Ruggie [DOC], 30 Jul 2009

American Library Association names Business & Human Rights Resource Centre to list of best websites, Jun 2009

Palestinian women settlement workers' plight, Sarah Irving, The Electronic Intifada, 1 May 2009 - refers to work done by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre named to inaugural "Phoenix 50 List" [DOC], Mar 2009

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Aliou Diouf as its Francophone Africa Researcher & Representative, Jan 2009

[français] Le Centre de Ressources sur les Entreprises & les Droits de l’Homme nomme Aliou Diouf comme Chercheur & Représentant pour l’Afrique francophone, janvier 2009

[español] "Una nueva web cuida de los derechos humanos", redes.pradpi.org, 18 enero 2009


"Universal Declaration of Human Rights Turns 60", Sea Change radio interviews the Resource Centre's Annabel Short and Gregory Regaignon, 10 Dec 2008

Corporate Responsibility and the 60th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Michael Shtender-Auerbach, The Huffington Post, 10 Dec 2008 - refers to work done by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[español] Gestión empresarial y derechos humanos, Silvia Loro, Responsables.biz, 9 diciembre 2008

Audio & photos: “Human rights & business: South Africa & beyond”, Jody Kollapen, Chair, So. African Human Rights Commission & updates from Business & Human Rights Resource Centre regional researchers, 2 Dec 2008.  The audience consisted of over 350 people at Friends House in London, and included people from the media (AFP, BBC, Economist, Financial Times, Independent), NGOs, governments and business

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre launches world’s first online portal profiling human rights lawsuits against companies [PDF], 29 Oct 2008

Palestinian workers exploited at West Bank settlement factories, Adri Nieuwhof, The Electronic Intifada, 6 Oct 2008 - refers to work done by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints South Asia Researcher, Sep 2008

[español] En la parte "Actualización" de este artículo sobre asuntos laborales, se hace referencia al trabajo del Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos, septiembre 2008

[español] "Poca acción en Derechos Humanos", sobre la iniciativa conjunta entre Mary Robinson y el Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos, septiembre 2008

The Latest Corporate Social Responsibility News - "Companies Need to Adopt a Human Rights Policy", Bill Baue, CSRWire, 26 Aug 2008, on Mary Robinson & Business & Human Rights Resource Centre initiative marking the 60th Anniversary of Universal Declaration

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Eastern Europe/Central Asia Researcher, Aug 2008

A fair approach to human rights [PDF], Alison Maitland, Financial Times, 19 Jun 2008 - article on the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[español] "Derechos Humanos en las Empresas", Entrevista a Mauricio Lazala del Centro de Información sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos en La República (Colombia), 24 abril 2008 [PDF]

"Human Rights and Companies" [PDF], Interview - Mauricio Lazala, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, in La República (Colombia), 24 Apr 2008 [English translation]

Activists hang up on Motorola, Adri Nieuwhof, The Electronic Intifada, 23 Apr 2008 - refers to work done by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Drug makers reject Oxfam targets, Ethical Corporation, Mar 2008 - refers to work done by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Oxfam Gets A Cold Shoulder From Drugmakers, Pharmalot, 5 Feb 2008 - refers to work done by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Leviev Boasts A Contribution That Never Existed, Maariv, 23 Jan 2008 (translation done by Adalah-NY) - refers to work done by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre


Chris Avery, Director of the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, included in "Ethical leaders: Best of the best – 15 leaders who made a difference in 2007", Ethical Corporation, 18 Dec 2007

Launch of the Sir Geoffrey Chandler speaker series, London, 4 Dec 2007 - hosted by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.  The audience consisted of over 180 people at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

"Business & Human Rights Resource Centre Website Redesign" - Interview by Devin Stewart of Carnegie Council with Annabel Short, Head of Program, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, in Policy Innovations, 20 September 2007

"Communicating CSR: The Community Investment Network website launches, and the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre revamps its website" - CSRwire News Alert, 13 Jun 2007

A new format: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre launches re-designed website [DOC], 12 Jun 2007

Taking Stock of Business and Human Rights: Policies and Practices - EVENT SUMMARY - Christine Bader, David M. Schilling, Joanne Bauer, Frank Mantero - Policy Innovations - A program of the Carnegie Council, 22 Mar 2007

[audio] The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and the Importance of Human Rights Policies - Joanne Bauer, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, in Policy Innovations - A program of the Carnegie Council, 22 Mar 2007

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints Africa Researcher, 14 Feb 2007


[español] [audio] Entrevista a Mauricio Lazala del Centro de Recursos sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos acerca de talleres con empresarios en Perú [enlace directo, favor esperar descarga] - Cadena Peruana de Noticias, 7 diciembre 2006

"Pharma Companies Need to Keep Improving AIDS Response, Says ICCR and Nigerian Doctor" - Bill Baue, SocialFunds.com, 1 Dec 2006

"Featured Partner: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre" - Realizing Rights: The Ethical Globalization Initiative, Nov 2006

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre highlights reported abuses in Angola’s diamond industry and obtains company responses [DOC], 18 Oct 2006

Speaker [Mary Robinson]: Activism starts small, at home Joel Elliott, Morning Sentinel [USA], 13 Oct 2006

[audio] Christopher Avery [Director, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre] Interviewed by Devin Stewart - Policy Innovations - A program of the Carnegie Council, 17 Jul 2006

[español] "Buscan gerente para Bloque 15" - La Hora, Ecuador, 20 junio 2006 - se refiere a respuesta de Petroecuador enviada al Centro de Recursos sobre Empresas y Derechos Humanos

Listmania! Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility Lists Drive Improved Performance - Bill Baue, SocialFunds.com, 25 May 2006

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre appoints East Asia Researcher, 24 Apr 2006


"Human Rights Site Spotlights Bank Investment in Chinese Manufacturer Linked to Forced Labor" - William Baue, SocialFunds.com, 25 Aug 2005

"Caught in the ethical net" - HERO (Higher Education & Research Opportunities in the United Kingdom), 24 June 2005

Official launch of Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (Davos, 28 Jan 2005)