Business & Human Rights

Content Moderators for Facebook win vital case against employers for...

Sama AI a company who moderates content for Facebook has been embroiled in a 4 year case against it’s employees after they were accused of myriad law viol...

Allegations of systemic violence from Del Monte Plantations

UK Supermarkets respond to Del Monte abuse allegations by suspending products, were they aware beforehand?

Tate & Lyle settle out-of-court for human rights abuses with Koh Kong...

A decades-long lawsuit ends out-of-court as Tate & Lyle and KSL Group settle with Chikor Leu Commune for land theft and human rights abuses. Governments m...

Forever chemicals found in drinking water around London

High levels of PFAS found in drinking water around London Airports indicate a worrying lack of regulation on PFAS in the UK.

ExxonMobil settle decade long lawsuit in Aceh, Indonesia

ExxonMobil have settled a lawsuit with Aceh villagers after accusations of torture and murder.

Apple & Foxconn successfully lobby Karnataka authorities to remove la...

As Apple looks to shift production to India, they attempt to terraform local labour laws to provide ‘low-cost’ production capabilities similar to China. A...

Worrying trends in US indicate proliferation of child labour and slav...

Both instances of child labour and violations of child labour related laws are on the rise in the US, more must be done to prevent further proliferation.

SOAS University accused of wage theft

A number of staff at University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) have reported theft of wages as the university cites legal strike...

Palm Oil companies under scrutiny after assassination attempt of Lúci...

Lúcio Tembé, community leader and activist has been shot in the head by two gunmen. An investigation into Palm Oil involvement is underway.

Tunisia descends back into authoritarianism.

Power grabs, the refugee crisis and the people: How Kais Saïed’s Tunisia edges towards total failure.

Assad’s invitation to COP28 must be rescinded, here’s why…

UAE President Mohammed bin Zahid Al Nahyan invites Assad to COP28 Conference in Dubai.

The West must repatriate it’s citizens to prevent ISIS resurgence.

The likelihood of an Islamic State resurgence is increasing. Prison breaks, insurgency activity, myriad uncoordinated militia activity and abhorrent priso...