Business & Human Rights

The pursuit of equality - Income inequality rooted in Denmark’s labou...

Denmark's outdated labour laws prevents female employees from receiving the same pay as their male counterparts and leads to wage capping

Jordan: Government inadequacy in protecting drivers from the predatio...

On-demand drivers in Jordan pay nearly 35% of revenue to the employing companies, with the latter not providing them with any legal protection

Yemen: Ignoring the demands of Aden Refinery Company employees must e...

Aden Refinery Company employees complain about the disruption of their union issues, including the lack of a disbursement schedule for their accumulated f...

UAE: Vulnerable 'AJAD Facilities Management' employees denied their r...

With reported revenue of approximately $5 million, AJAD Facilities Management LLC, based in Abu Dhabi, UAE, is avoiding paying some of its workers

Educationwashing: Cambridge University and the UAE's use of education...

The University of Cambridge and the UAE are using education to obscure unethical interests, human rights problems, and exploitation.

Egypt: Liquidation of state company without paying worker’s dues, a v...

The company's general assembly had decided to liquidate the company after the high loss rate during the last period and the halt in sea travels because it...

Lebanon: layoffs without salary collection mechanism for employees of...

The mass dismissal of the newspaper's employees violated Lebanese Labor Laws

ESG and Ethical Investing

ESG and Ethical Investing

New facial recognition technology breaches privacy of students in sch...

It identifies faces through busy crowds, which amplifies the issue of nonconsensual information gathering

Deforestation and Human Rights

Further questions arise on the human rights front – who benefits from the mass deforestation?

ImpACT to UNHRC: Business wishing to operate in Somalia should recogn...

International companies must provide opportunities to domestic businesses

Jordan: Resident doctors vulnerable to exploitation in the absence of...

The Jordanian government must find urgent and radical solutions to the poor working conditions experienced by junior doctors