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Gender & Discrimination Podcast Series

To mark International Women's Day and International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, six experts talk about gender-based discrimination, from the factory floor to the boardroom | Listen here
Latest Publications
Beyond Rana Plaza - Reflections Over the Last Five Years

On April 24th 2013, the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh collapsed, killing more than 1,100 garment workers. Over the ensuing five years, IHRB and guest contributors have reflected on the root causes, drivers, and responses to the tragedy. | Read the compilation
The Mega-Sporting Event Lifecycle - Embedding Human Rights from Vision to Legacy

This new Guide presents elements of good human rights practice that event hosts should integrate into their planning, delivery, and legacy. | Read now
Draft Guidance for the Commodities Trading Sector

The public consultation period recently concluded on a draft Guide to support commodity trading firms implement the UN Guiding Principles. A final draft will be published soon. | Read now
Rights Through Sport - Mapping "Sport for Development and Peace"

This report provides an overview of SDP actors and outlines how their work incorporates human rights principles. | Read report

See also the accompany commentary
Championing Human Rights in the Governance of Sports Bodies

This Guide provides practical advice for sports bodies large and small on how to build human rights into the governance of their organisations. | Read now

See also the accompanying commentary
Latest Commentary
Human Rights and the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative - A Conversation with CEO Fiona Solomon | Read now

Charities Should be Held to the Same Human Rights Standards as Business | Read now

Regulate First. Ask Questions Later. The Effectiveness of International Standards | Read now

Is Human Rights Advocacy Off Track? | Read now
Reflections on the Pakistan Ruling Banning Network Shutdowns | Read now

Facebook and Cambridge Analytica - Where Lies Privacy? | Read now

New Framework Agreement on Protecting the Rights of Migrant Construction Workers | Read now

How to Build an Evidence Base for Policies on Corporate Responsibility | Read now

 
Latest Meeting Reports

International brands, supplier companies, recruitment agencies, civil society and international organisations convened in Thailand and Malaysia to discuss methods for driving responsible recruitment throughout the region. | Read now
Latest News
Keynote speech on ICT's potential to support rights at the GeSI #EnablingRights event | Read now

Mobile Network Shutdowns Declared Illegal in Pakistan | Read now

Corporate Human Rights Benchmark wins CFA Sweden ESG Award | Read now
 
Nasdaq Bell Rings for LGBTI Equality | Read now

IHRB chairs side event on mega-sporting events and human rights at 37th session of Human Rights Council | Read now
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