The Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights (GCBHR) was founded in 2019 as the first business and human rights center at a business school in Europe. Under the direction of Prof. Dorothee Baumann-Pauly, the GCBHR educates future business leaders and supports companies in developing business models that align profits and human rights principles.
GCBHR’s second anniversary!
November 25 marks a very special day for our team! Two years ago, the Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights was launched as the first human rights center at a business school in Europe.
On this second anniversary, we would like to express our gratitude to all those who have supported, guided and advised us in our mission to educate future business leaders and support companies in developing business models that align profits and human rights principles.
Latest BHR Insights
To celebrate Human Rights Day 2021, the Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights and Bath’s Centre for Business, Organisations and Society and are hosting an event to explore business and human rights.
Businesses face an increasing range of human rights issues that can directly impact their core business strategies. But, argue Dorothée Baumann-Pauly and Michael Posner, business education needs to catch up with this emerging field.
This research conference aims to bring together state of the art empirical research to further shed light on the subject of sustainability in global value chains.
This white paper recommends governments work with multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) to craft human and labor rights policies to protect workers.
This article from the Financial Times focuses on the rise of human rights education in business schools.
The first in a series of papers highlights a flawed definition of sustainability in fashion and how unscientific methods and selective implementation hinder meaningful change.