The Sporting Chance white papers present the latest thinking, practice, and debate in relation to key human rights issues involved in the planning, construction, delivery, and legacy of mega-sporting events.
The Responsible Recruitment Gateway, supported by the Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment, provides access to a range of tools and information to help companies commit to and implement the Employer Pays Principle: No worker should pay for a job - the costs of recruitment should be borne not by the worker but by the employer.
The Top 10 for 2017: Business & Human Rights Priorities
The human rights challenges expected in 2017 reflect a stark shift in social, political and economic drivers at the global level. At risk is the erosion of an international system upholding human rights protections and the rule of law, which could impact societies, economies, and businesses. | Find out more
Business Leaders Advising Trump Urged to Reject Travel Ban, Promote Human Rights
IHRB, ICAR, ICCR and and over 60 other human rights groups and responsible investors sent a letter to the 19 current and former CEOs comprising US President Trump’s Strategic and Policy Forum in advance of their upcoming meeting with the President. | Find out more
Meeting Report: Local Content in Kenya's Extractive Sector
Resource-rich countries are increasingly embracing local content policies focused on value-addition beyond promoting local procurement and employment. The 3rd Extractive Sector Forum was dedicated to the topic | Read the key points now
IHRB has input to the UN Committee on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights draft General Comment interpretting how the ESC Convention applies to States' obligations on human rights in the context of business | Read now
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