Business & Human Rights

What control looks like: British Government working with businesses t...

Enhancing and perfecting technology which monitors people should concern all those that are champions of civil liberties in the UK

Sudan: Absence of trade unions and occupational federations costs wor...

The decision to dissolve trade unions and occupational federations resulted in a significant deterioration in workers' access to their rights

Human Rights Shake-up in the United Kingdom: The British Bill of Righ...

The consultation which proceeded the new Bill received submissions which argued that the Human Rights Act should be retained.

Big Tech, Social Media, Surveillance and Palestine: The business and...

Israel takes land and forces Palestinians into ghettos, surrounded by checkpoints, settlements and watchtowers and an illegal apartheid Wall

Webinar: Migration, Exploitation, and Unethical Employment in the UK

It is important that the UK has a stellar reputation for the rule of law and protection of workers against breaches of contract

French workers financial exploitation: Construction company SORACO de...

If SORACO goes into bankruptcy, those that have been denied their pay must take priority when disbursements are made

Cool Heads Must Prevail in British Business: The UK must lead the wa...

Many critical workers toil in high stress environments without the relative luxuries available in air-conditioned offices or homes with cool water and fri...

Tunisia: Accumulated medical waste poses serious risk amid companies’...

Any failure in the treatment of hazardous medical waste may spread several dangerous diseases

Universal Health Coverage in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries...

The abusive Kafala system is a form of modern day slavery, with no protection for workers in cases of abuse, trafficking, or unpaid wages

Jordan: Immediate accountability required for failure to ensure worke...

The occurrence of such an incident in Jordan's sole seaport, where prevention mechanisms should be considered common sense, is surprising

Lebanon: Brutal attack on workers requires thorough investigation and...

The unfortunate incident is a natural result of the official failure in Lebanon to hold employers accountable for violations

Sudan: Authorities should meet dam workers’ demands and avoid the dir...

The continuation of the workers' strike raises fears over the effects of halting operations on irrigation projects during the harvest season