IHRB, together with the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, Aviva Investors, Calvert Investments, Eiris and VBDO, are working to create the first wide-scale project to rank companies on their human rights performance.
“Digital Dangers: Identifying and Mitigating Threats in the Digital Realm” is a new initiative being developed by the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) in collaboration with the School of Law at the University of Washington in Seattle. The Di
IHRB is currently undertaking a project which aims to develop human rights criteria and practical guidance for government purchasing teams to better protect vulnerable workers in the procurement supply chain, in particular migrant workers.
Migrant workers remain among the most exploited workforce globally due to widespread irresponsible practices during both their recruitment and subsequent employment.
The Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) has embarked on a multi-year project to help ensure that existing and new investments in Myanmar are consistent with international human rights standards and best practices.
The ‘Nairobi Process: A Pact for Responsible Business’ is a new initiative being developed by the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) in collaboration with the Kenyan National Commission for Human Rights which aims to embed human rights due dil
IHRB is undertaking a series of Sector-Wide Impact Assessments (SWIA) in selected countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.