Business & Human Rights

Productivity at the cost of security in gig employment in Italy: the...

Health and safety norms should be extended to all types of workers in order to ensure indiscriminate protection regardless of the type of employment relat...

“I was informed of my dismissal via a WhatsApp message”: 400 BGP work...

BGP Oil and Gas Services LLC should reverse its decision and stop the arbitrary dismissal of more than 400 of its employees

UK food delivery companies fail to protect their workers as they ente...

Online food delivery companies continue to mistreat their couriers with low wages, unstable working conditions and zero hours contracts.

A Jordanian company violates its employees' rights by depriving them...

Pharmacy One has arbitrarily stopped paying the salaries of its employees since last August

Largest sugar company in Morocco violates farmers' rights with govern...

The management of the largest sugar company in Morocco must stop violating farmers' rights and pay the compensation they are due

Stories of exploitation: New Saudi labour law fails to protect financ...

The concentration of power in the hands of an employer opens the door to abuse and exploitation—a form of slavery

Now is the time for businesses and states to eradicate gender-based d...

State governments have a major role to play in mitigating the genders-based discrimination in society and businesses

Multinational corporations must address their role in enabling child...

Most of the world's chocolate is tainted by human rights violations

ImpACT tells Human Rights Council that corporations must collaborate...

This must be a collective effort, and the involvement of the private sector is now critical more than ever

Corporations that rape the environment must be held to account

Multinational corporations making billions from harvesting land in the Global South for its natural resources have escaped accountability for their damage...

Protecting players: International sporting bodies are responsible for...

International sporting bodies should condemn the death penalty and hold the Iranian regime accountable.

Leading chocolate companies sued for use of child labour

The seven leading chocolate manufacturers are being sued on behalf of eight children forced to work in cocoa plantations in Ivory Coast.