Business & Human Rights

Could a new social contract reverse the inequality that riddles globa...

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its sixth month, inequities that have eroded workers' rights are coming into high relief

Blocking the sale of .org domain protects civil society data

It is critical that the .org domain be protected from manipulation by the private sector

Sea of plastic: Spain’s migrant workers exploited to fill Europe's fr...

Migrants who work on Spanish farms are refused a minimum wage, forced to labor in unsanitary conditions and are threatened with dismissal if they speak ou...

IOM’s advice for businesses and employers to protect migrant workers...

All workers should be treated with respect and equality, regardless of their migration status and/or gender

The right to work: gross violations under coronavirus pandemic

As we steer through this maze, we must assure that foundational rights are not sacrificed in the process

Border lockdowns and communication blocks: In the wake of COVID-19, w...

As physical borders slam shut to prevent entry by those infected with COVID-19, cyber borders must remain open and free

Tackling the invisible enemy that is COVID-19: advice for governments

During this time, there are significant social, political and economic prices that must be paid by governments and communities.

Guidance for business: Preserving human rights while combating COVID-...

As health and government officials work relentlessly to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) around the world, businesses also must do thei...

Humiliation of Aramco worker reflects serious failure of Arab compani...

Foreign workers are frequently not treated as human beings, but as objects or property.

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...