We publish research reports that provide key insights into business models and how they affect human rights. The reports provide clear recommendations to business and policymakers on how to address human rights challenges.
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.
- 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 to the status two years ago.
This study assesses the role that children’s rights currently play for businesses in Switzerland and Liechtenstein. It was conducted for UNICEF Switzerland and Liechtenstein and for the UN Global Compact Network Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
- Enhancing Supply Chain Resilience by Integrating Human Rights: Post-pandemic Insights from the Agriculture Sector in India
Supply chain dynamics can change rapidly, and disruptions are increasingly the norm, not the exception. By analyzing the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on India’s coffee and sugar supply chains, we highlight economic factors that indicate and drive human rights risks.
The second in a series of papers authored by Veronica Bates Kassatly and Dorothée Baumann-Pauly highlights that the environmental impact of fashion is not being correctly assessed.