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In this newsletter, we highlight how our work on human rights underpins strategies to address climate change
- Transforming Business Models in the Global Garment Industry in Bangladesh: Are Partnerships the Answer?
This panel explores the potential of a buyer-supplier partnership model to benefit global retailers, suppliers, and most importantly, garment workers.
- Cobalt Mining in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Addressing Root Causes of Human Rights Abuses
As demand for cobalt used in electric vehicles and smart devices skyrockets, this new white paper by Dorothée Baumann-Pauly urges dramatic changes to mining practices in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
In this webinar, Professor Dorothée Baumann-Pauly and Aaron Campbell, a corporate lawyer, join Professor Chris Cowton, Associate Director of the Institute of Business Ethics, to discuss how far businesses are addressing human rights.
This fourth report from Veronica Bates-Kassatly and Dorothée Baumann-Pauly examines what the fashion sector itself defines as sustainable, and how it measures this.
This webinar reflects on the learning ISEAL has gained through its work on due diligence and remediation to date, and how this has informed the development of the first draft…
Sustainable Finance and Human Rights: How are European financial institutions addressing human rights in their activities?
This report, a follow on of a study of a 2020 study, documents how the European financial services industry factors human rights considerations into its operations, comparing it where possible…
This annual meeting focuses on the advancement of human rights research and teaching at business schools.
This event provides an opportunity to present the results and our final report, which highlight good practices, challenges and opportunities in the respect and promotion of children’s rights by Swiss…