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Comply with legal requirements and embrace normative human rights standards. Where there are national or regional legal requirements for businesses […]

Whether from a legal perspective or a normative one, corporations are recognised as human rights ‘duty-bearers’ alongside states. The huge […]

The first wave of legislative action was aimed at promoting transparency in business and introducing reporting requirements for companies to […]

Apart from the moral factor, there are many reasons why businesses should care about their human rights and environmental due […]

When tasked to write Ardea Internationals own Modern Slavery Statement, I wondered if I had ever even read one. And […]

Whilst there are existing due diligence frameworks from organisations such as the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human […]

Integrating human rights goes to the core of a business.  I0 reasons why directors should tackle human rights in business

The Relevance of Modern Slavery to Occupational Health and Safety Inspectors.  Organisations today can be so complex that they could […]

“How can football clubs demonstrate their respect for human rights and environmental due diligence in the context of the proposed […]

Ardea’s pledge to the International Year for the Elimination of Child labour The UN has declared 2021 the International Year […]

Like many sectors, the sports industry has had to drastically adapt in the last year amid a worldwide economic, social […]

In July 2019, the UK Supreme Court refused permission to appeal the Court of Appeal’s judgment in AAA and others v Unilever […]

Background The claimants were employees and former employees of Unilever Tea Kenya Limited  (UTKL), or residents living on a tea […]

I first had these thoughts back in 2018. They regularly returned to me throughout the course of the year, often […]

A recent article post in The Hill (Canada) penned by Isobel O’Connell raises Canada’s continued reluctance to address modern slavery […]