Business & Human Rights

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.

Place people over profits: COVID vaccine developers should share thei...

What's more important: corporate profits or human lives?

"Nobody is taking responsibility”: Former UAE Commodore workers fight...

Many of the employees are giving up and returning to their home countries

Vaccines are not enough; protective measures in the workplace are no...

Easing up on protective measures against COVID-19 will halt progress in the fight to reduce the toll of the pandemic. Efforts must redouble, not relax!

Western arms manufacturers must shoulder much of the blame for the di...

It’s time to hold both government and businesses accountable.

Global public health, not profits or nationalism, must be center stag...

None of us will be safe untill all of us are safe.

Letter to Michelle Bachelet, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, o...

The UAE investments serve no other purpose than to aid Israel in the expansion of its illegal settlements

ImpACT welcomes European Parliament’s condemnation of China’s exploi...

This blatant, widespread abuse should ring alarm bells across the globe

COVID-19 pandemic exposes cost of MENA governments’ lack of human rig...

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) continues to stand out as a region with repeated and serious abuses of human rights. We are on the cusp of the 10t...

Sahrawi human rights depend on businesses prioritizing ethics over pr...

History and experience in other areas of the world (again, think Palestine) have shown that it will be difficult—if not impossible—for the United Nations...

Saudi company withholds employee salaries for 10 months under cover o...

Huta Group, one of Saudi Arabia’s largest marine-construction companies, is using the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to violate the most basic rights o...