Corporate Human Rights Accountability

February 04, 2015

Phil Bloomer wrote a thoughtful piece for the Guardian, titled "Human rights and big business: new ranking aims to drive race to top." This passage especially resonated with us:

"How do we get better wellbeing and fewer human rights abuses from the operations of big business? We need citizens’ action to demand transparency and accountability from companies, government action to create the regulation and incentives that direct investment towards social goods, and companies to take greater responsibility for their impact on the wellbeing and human rights of their workers, surrounding communities, and the societies they operate in."

Read more about the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark.




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