Business & Human Rights

Slavery-flavored coffee: ImpACT condemns Nestlé and Starbucks for con...

London—date—Starbucks and Nestlé should be condemned for relying on child labor to harvest coffee beans in Guatemala, says ImpACT International for Human...

Scandal of "intelligence coup of the century" requires more effective...

This violation reflects significant weakness in the role of legislative bodies in enforcing rules related to public and private respect of individuals' pr...

Companies must investigate supply chains and boycott businesses compl...

The list of 112 companies that do business in illegal Israeli settlements—released this week by a high U.N. official—should become a guide to who to black...

ImpACT welcomes Facebook’s launch of independent oversight board; urg...

Facebook must establish content-moderation mechanisms that prevent the voices of some parties from being given greater visibility, while others are censor...

Why and how: Business respect for human rights

These principles embody the standards to which firms should adhere to ensure their business practices do not violate human rights in the pursuit of profit

New study: Arab banks fail to protect against human rights violations

The majority of banks in the Middle East turn a blind eye to standards requiring them to respect human rights

New study: Jordanian ISPs violate customers' privacy

Customer privacy is routinely violated by the most prominent Jordanian ISPs

Cashews are Delicious, but Come with a Human Cost

Children working in the cashew industry lose their basic rights to attend school and grow up in a healthy environment

Impact of Office Locations on the Policies of Multinational Companies...

It is time for both governments and international “media” corporations to sign on to global standards for the protection of human rights

Impact of Private Sectors in times of conflicts and crisis situations...

In times of conflicts and crisis situations, private sector has a key role in recovering and developing national economy

ImpACT reveals the involvement of famous chocolate companies in slave...

Famous chocolate companies such as Nestlé, Hershey’s and Mars have been selling products inflicted with child labour

Conducting Human Rights Due Diligence and Tackling Negative Effects

There's a need to define and evaluate actual and expected negative human rights effects which may result from business enterprises’ activities or their re...