Business & Human Rights

For foreign workers, COVID-19 turns Kuwait ‘paradise’ into hell

Kuwaiti authorities should immediately end the suffering of thousands of foreign workers whose salaries have been delayed and are being ill-treated during...

Two Spanish companies in Morocco make their workers an easy target fo...

Two Spanish-owned factories that produce frozen fruit in Morocco have become hotspots for the novel coronavirus, posing a threat to workers and their fami...

The Role of Business in Mitigating the Social Impact of the COVID-19...

The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused unprecedented consequences across the globe, affecting everyone from business owners and policymakers to low-income wo...

Moving Beyond Compliance: Integrating Respect for Human Rights and An...

Moving Beyond Compliance: Integrating Respect for Human Rights and Anti-Corruption

Facebook's blocking of accounts signals failure of oversight board

Facebook seems to abandon its corporate values in countries such as these in the pursuit of further economic growth

‘We don’t want to die in this desert’: Nepali migrant workers strand...

Following allegations made by Nepalese workers employed by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), London-based think tank ImpACT International for Human...

Caves become haven for Ethiopian workers escaping deportation in Sau...

Caves in remote areas of Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, have become a haven for Ethiopian workers seeking to escape deportation amidst the deteriora...

Israeli factory repeatedly violates workers' rights in Jordan

.The management of Israeli factory Hilbash Moshe in Jordan must stop violating workers' rights, which has escalated during the coronavirus pandemic

Without fair working conditions in mines, Mauritania's gold will not...

Tasiast Mauritanie, subsidiary of the Canadian company Kinross Gold, should respond to the demands of its employees, who have been on strike since May 5 t...

Waste crisis looms in Lebanon as government fails to address Ramco wo...

The Lebanese government is responsible for assuring fair pay for foreign workers at Ramco, a major waste-management company that serves Mount Lebanon and...

Could a new social contract reverse the inequality that riddles globa...

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its sixth month, inequities that have eroded workers' rights are coming into high relief

Blocking the sale of .org domain protects civil society data

It is critical that the .org domain be protected from manipulation by the private sector