Since IHRB’s founding, we have been at the forefront of new thinking and innovation to tackle the most protracted business and human rights challenges. In particular, IHRB has been involved in the founding of new initiatives that aim to fill gaps in key areas or regions requiring leadership, partnership, and targeted intervention.
The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB) is a unique collaboration led by investors and civil society organisations, including IHRB, dedicated to creating the first open and public benchmark of corporate human rights performance. | Find out more
CREER, founded by IHRB, aims to be a regional axis and a south-south center of learning, knowledge and exchange of experiences on business and human rights in Colombia and wider South America. | Find out more
The Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment, convened by the IHRB, brings together global brands with a bold vision to eradicate worker-paid recruitment fees within a decade. Members lead action on three fronts: creating demand for responsibly recruited labour, increasing supply of ethically sourced labour, and advocating for improved protection for migrant workers. | Find out more
The Mega-Sporting Events Platform for Human Rights (MSE Platform), convened by IHRB, is an emerging multi-stakeholder coalition of intergovernmental organisations, governments, sports governing bodies, athletes, unions, sponsors, broadcasters, and civil society groups. Through dialogue and joint action its mission is to ensure all actors involved in staging an event fully embrace and operationalise their respective human rights duties and responsibilities throughout the MSE lifecycle. | Find out more
The Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business, co-founded by IHRB, is an initiative to encourage responsible business activities throughout Myanmar. Based in Yangon, it aims to provide a trusted, impartial forum for dialogue, seminars, and briefings to relevant parties as well as access to international expertise and tools. | Find out more