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The research in this series of blogs has been taken from a research paper that I completed as part of […]

According to the International Labor Organization, more than 232 million people across the globe live outside their countries of origin, […]

The Taxonomy Regulation, which entered into force on 12 July 2020, is an EU-wide classification system for environmentally sustainable economic […]

National Referral Mechanism Statistics 2021 While the Modern Slavery: National Refferal Mechanism Statistics reports from this year do not give […]

Colleen Theron shares her views on day eight of the summit on adaptation, loss and damage day . The discussions highlight the intersection between climate change and human rights.

There are currently estimated to be 40.3 million people living in slavery globally, with the most marginalised members of society […]

Speakers from the council, police, NGO’s and small businesses come together in person for a collaborative roundtable discussion on modern […]

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 […]