Business & Human Rights

Rio 2016: A case study in mega sporting events, exploitation, and cor...

Making one place synonymous with just one event will ward-off those who have little or no interest in that specific sporting tournament

Paris Olympics – hypocrisy and illegal abuse of migrant labour

Ground-breaking research shows that even amateur French football, along with that of other European countries, discriminates against ethnic minority immig...

Olympic Size Corruption: Member of Parliament, Graham Stringer MP, sp...

The IOC, a body that is itself becoming synonymous with bribery, is giving some states a free pass to engage in corrupt behaviour

UAE's penalties for publishing illegal content, intimidation and atte...

The UAE's Public Prosecution decision is intimidation and an attempt to silence people

All are responsible: MENA’s unregulated business arena – the need for...

Corporations are as to blame as are certain governments in committing, or enabling, infringements of civil liberties

Is Dubai a home for dirty money? Regulatory Reform in the United Arab...

The UAE has tolerated tax evasion, and made itself a destination for storing assets that would otherwise be subject to sanctions

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