Business & Human Rights

Self-Regulation of Utilities in UK: United Utilities accused of corru...

BBC Panorama report indicates concerning practices in utilities.

Canadian mining company files notice of intent with Panama after mine...

Celebrations occur in Panama as the Supreme Court bans excavation of Cobre copper mine, but concern rises as First Quantum, who own the mining concessions...

Syrian PM at COP28 instead of Assad

Reports that Bashar al-Assad, Syrian president accused of war crimes, human rights abuses and widespread torture is not part of the Syrian Arab Republic D...

Leak: COP28 officials to be used to further oil and gas expansion

The COP28 summit has come under various and serious controversy. This weeks leak is perhaps the most damming as it’s been revealed officials were told to...

Bangladeshi RMG workers stuck between quarrelling retailers and suppl...

Protesting RMG workers continue to suffer under incredibly low wages as retail groups and factory owners blame each other for dire conditions. Suppliers a...

impACT urges UK Government to reconsider dangerous Palantir/NHS deal

New deal with Palantir represents serious risk to privacy of NHS customers and UK residents.

Caught in the Crossfire: The Ongoing Crisis for Palestinian Labourers

Israel’s collective punishment of Palestinians for October 7th stretches into mass lay offs of construction labourers.

Mounting accusations of social media censorship amid Israel’s invasio...

Social media platforms, who have been accused before of biased content moderation, again are accused of censorship by several human rights and civil socie...

ISDS Mechanisms: The power of highly anti-democratic corporate intere...

ISDS mechanisms sown into trade and investment deals seriously degrade the democratic integrity of states and must be removed to ensure healthier democrat...

Virtual Auctions of Human Labour: UAE Domestic Workers & Social Media

An investigation into the advertisement of domestic workers on social media reveals disturbing realities.

Protests erupt across Bangladesh amid continued underpayment and malt...

Two protestors reportedly shot and killed by police as protest continue due to industry refusal to meet wage demands.

The Frontlines: Migrant Workers and COP28

Historical reports of poor treatment of migrant workers in the UAE are compounded as FairSquare’s investigation reveals numerous human rights violations o...