Protecting Rights. Ending Corporate Abuse

human rights and environmental due diligence

The Future of the Corporation Programme and Business and Human Rights

In this blog, Dr, Dalia Palombo explains what the 'Future of the Corporation' Programme has in common with business and human rights, including mandatory human rights due diligence.

Submission to Transparency in Supply Chains Consultation

Our joint response argues the Modern Slavery Act 2015's 'Transparency in Supply Chains' provision has fallen far short of its objective to secure greater corporate transparency on modern slavery.

Briefing for Westminster Hall Debate on the independent review of the Modern Slavery Act

This briefing highlights our priorities with regard to improving the effectiveness of transparency in supply chains and urges the Government to go further and introduce human rights due diligence legislation.

A new law to prevent abuse: campaign statement

CORE and more than 20 partner organisations call for a new law to require companies and investors to take action to prevent human rights abuses, worker exploitation and environmental harm in their global operations and and supply chains.

Holding Multinational Corporations to Account: Barriers and Opportunities in the Current State of Play

On the 28th of November, Leigh Day, a law firm specialising in international litigation of this kind, hosted a panel discussion on barriers to holding companies accountable in the UK courts and developments that might provide opportunity for change.

How Does Fairtrade Mitigate Human Rights Violations in Global Supply Chains?

Fairtrade International's publication draws on three case studies and reflects on Fairtrade’s alignment with the human rights and environmental due diligence (HREDD) approach.