Human rights and trade

Microphone Apparel sector’s ‘massive’ forced labour policy-practice gap

Felicitas Weber from the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre talks with Innovation Forum’s ...

Microphone Potential labour and human costs of a successful energy transition

Jessie Cato, natural resources and human rights programme manager at the Business and Human Right...

Microphone Manage apparel sector human rights risks by empowering producer communities

This week: Alison Ward, CEO of CottonConnect, discusses how brand buyers can work with cotton pro...

Microphone Renewable energy’s human rights risks

Jessie Cato from the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre talks about the latest tracker fol...

Microphone How the 43 largest food sector companies tackle forced labour

Felicitas Weber, Know the Chain project lead at the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, ta...

Microphone How corporate forest policy impacts indigenous human rights

Tom Griffiths, coordinator of the responsible finance programme at the Forest Peoples Programme, ...

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Why transparency and accountability remain the core human rights challenges

What was clear from the recent Innovation Forum conferences is that, inevitably, the coronavirus ...

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Modern slavery risk: the links between money laundering and human trafficking

Financial institutions are not immune from the scourge of modern slavery in the form of human tra...

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Modern slavery messages not yet getting through

The inaugural UK Top100 Corporate Modern Slavery Influencers’ Index, backed by BRE and the anti-t...

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The Sustainable Landscapes and Commodities Forum

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Location icon 30th November 2021 - 2nd December 2021

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