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Letter to the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange, the UK Financial Conduct Authority, and the UK Listing Authority

Letter sent to the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) by over 60 organisations, raising grave concerns related to ongoing illegal deforestation for palm oil and cacao in the Peruvian Amazon by United Cacao Limited SEZC.

Civil society letter to the Member States representatives in COHOM (Working Group on Human Rights of the Council of the EU).

On the 20 April 2016  ECCJ, Amnesty International, CIDSE, FIDH and Friends of the Earth Europe sent a letter to the Member States representatives in COHOM (the permanent Working Group on Human Rights of the Council of the EU) emphasising the importance and urgency of a stronger political action on business and human rights. Download the...

CORE Response to The Non-Financial Reporting Directive consultation

A response to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills consultation on the Non-Financial Reporting Directive: A call for views on effective reporting alongside proposals to implement EU requirements. Download the report >>

How to unlock the potential of the OECD guidelines

A “4 x 10” bullet-point plan highlighting four key features that give the OECD Guidelines the potential to help ensure businesses behave responsibly.

Letter to the Honduran Ambassador in the UK

A letter to the Honduran Ambassador in the UK, condemining the murder of Berta Cáceres, the inspiring and internationally-renowned social activist who spent her life fighting for and defending indigenous peoples’ rights to their lands.

Beyond Compliance: Effective reporting under the Modern Slavery Act 2015

This guidance is for organisations required to report under the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It sets out our initial thinking on how companies can use the new provision to link reporting to the wider due diligence needed to eradicate human trafficking, forced labour and slavery from their supply chains.

Obstacle Course

How the UK’s National Contact Point handles human rights complaints under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises