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Corporate responsibility to respect human rights is enshrined in Pillar II of the UN Guiding Principles (UNGPs).

The CS3D was finally, formally adopted by the European Parliament on April 24th, 2024.

Our vision is to support the well-being and dignity of women and girls vulnerable to exploitation and enable their economic […]

A “living income” is defined as the net household income needed for a farming household to afford a minimum decent standard of living.

In January 2023, the Swiss Ordinance on Due Diligence and Transparency in relation to Minerals and Metals from Conflict-Affected Areas […]

A recent bust in Nyabira, Zimbabwe, exposed the horrifying reality of child labour flourishing under the guise of religion. Over […]

On 1 January 2024, the Canadian Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour Act came into force.

We’re delighted to announce that after the success of our inaugural conference last year, we will be hosting another! 

A 2020 investigation by the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority has revealed that several sectors in the UK are failing […]

Behind the vibrance of the South African economy lies a sobering reality – the prevalence of child labour.

This week, Colleen talks to Laetania Belai Djandam, an Indigenous environmental activist and a climate and health practitioner.

In today’s ever-evolving regulatory environment, understanding compliance updates can become daunting even for businesses that are already following the regulations. […]

This week’s episode features a discussion between Colleen Theron, CEO of Ardea International, and Dr. Gabriela Gutierrez-Huerter O, Lecturer in International Management at KBS.

When operating a business, it’s important to undertake due diligence and assess the risks associated with that business. Many organisations […]

Like many other South Africans over the past few months, we have sat on the edge of our sofas, fluctuating […]