Business & Human Rights

Webinar: Yemen and Human Rights – the quest for justice

The symposium established that there is a direct causational link between the ongoing conflicts in Arabia and the fighting in Ukraine

Dubai based billionaires ravage British company

P&O Ferries have without warning sacked 800 employees, attempting to replace them with agency workers on less pay and worse terms and conditions

UN must reform international aid, says human rights think tank

ImpACT International urges the UNHRC to recognise the harm caused by Official Development Assistance in the developing world

Webinar: Mapping Prejudice in Europe Through Football

Sport should be a medium to bring people together, yet it can also be a window on how much progress society still needs to make

Lebanon: Ogero Telecom should meet the demands of its striking employ...

Ogero company employees started an open-ended strike after the company failed to respond to their demands follow the severe economic crisis in Lebanon.

Sport and Discrimination: Mapping prejudice in Europe through footbal...

Discrimination against immigrants and ethnic minorities regrettably persists even in football

Lebanon: Restructuring the banking system should not be at the expens...

The majority of layoffs were coercive and marred by a violation of rights, including the non-disbursement of end-of-service benefits

Guilty Until Proven Innocent? Extradition, human rights, and the unju...

The extradition of wrongly indicted individuals, such as Hafeez, can often result in emotional and physical abuse and diminishing rights

Maintaining Israel's regional supremacy - supporting autocracy at the...

As Israel actively promotes itself as the region's democratic role model, it has strategically supported the continuation of its most autocratic neighbors

The pursuit of equality - Income inequality rooted in Denmark’s labou...

Denmark's outdated labour laws prevents female employees from receiving the same pay as their male counterparts and leads to wage capping

Jordan: Government inadequacy in protecting drivers from the predatio...

On-demand drivers in Jordan pay nearly 35% of revenue to the employing companies, with the latter not providing them with any legal protection

Yemen: Ignoring the demands of Aden Refinery Company employees must e...

Aden Refinery Company employees complain about the disruption of their union issues, including the lack of a disbursement schedule for their accumulated f...