Brexit Shows 'Corporate Responsibility' Can No Longer Be A Niche Discussion Amongst The 'Experts'
IHRB's Chief Executive John Morrison reflects on the implications of the UK Brexit vote for responsible business, and what's needed to ensure the agenda isn't swept away amidst the turmoil.
See also: IHRB's submission to the UK Parliament's business and human rights inquiry.
Launch of the Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment
Coalition Commits to Making Human Rights Central to Mega-Sporting Events
The Coca-Cola Company, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HP Inc., IKEA and Unilever have joined with IHRB, ICCR, IOM and Verité to drive positive change in the way that migrant workers are recruited. The Leadership Group's aim is bold - the total eradication of fees being charged to workers to secure employment. Find out more:
The ILO, IOE, ITUC and OHCHR have issued a joint statement announcing a diverse coalition of stakeholders that have committed to making human rights central to the planning, delivery and legacy of mega-sporting events (MSE). Find out more about who's in the coalition, its aims and plans:
In Search of Policy Coherence: Aligning OECD Infrastructure Advice with Sustainable Development
IHRB's latest major report, commissioned by the Heinrich Boll Foundation, reviews key submissions by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) to the G20 on infrastructure investment to determine whether the OECD's advice is coherent with sustainable development policies.
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