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A progress report on the Tech Against Trafficking initiative.
Here's how companies can support the international human rights regime.
For four years, BSR has worked with Stora Enso, a leading forest products company based in Finland, to support the company’s human rights journey.
Futures and strategic foresight methodologies offer a new way to promote respect for human rights and the freedoms they protect.
Today, we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
As the UN Climate Conference (COP24) kicks off, we emphasize why we need a just transition to a low-carbon world and how business can play a role in achieving it.
This is how companies can address the interactions of climate change and human rights in vulnerable communities.
This report explores the intimate connection between climate resilience and human rights and outlines how companies can address this nexus.
The question of how social media platforms can respect freedom of expression while also protecting users from harm is one of the most pressing challenges of our time.
Human rights teams and decision-makers in companies across sectors will need to engage with the social, ethical, and human rights issues relating to the use of artificial intelligence in their respective industries.
Artificial intelligence (AI)—and the big data business models underpinning it—is disrupting how we live, work, do business, and govern. We have published three papers describing a human rights-based blueprint for responsible business practice with regard to AI, both within and beyond the technology sector.