Business & Human Rights

  • PwC: Should Executive Pay be Linked to ESG

    April 12, 2021

    Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues become a strategic pillar in a growing number of companies, PwC, along with the London School of Economics has created a report on the benefits and potential negatives of paying executives based on ESG performance.

  • JDSupra: ESG Litigation in Europe

    April 07, 2021

    JDSupra has published a paper describing the significant rise of ESG litigation in Europe over the last decade as well as the causes of the recent spike in the EU and UK.

  • Brookings: Beijing’s Two Voices in Telecommunications

    April 07, 2021

    As China’s influence continues to rapidly grow within telecommunications, the Brookings Institution has published a report in order to define the core differences between the contradicting messaging the Chinese promote on information technology (IT) depending on whether the communication is in country or international.

  • China is Becoming a Risk For Western Companies

    April 05, 2021

    Companies increasingly weigh the risk of doing business with Beijing as public concern mounts over human rights violations in the Chinese region of Xinjiang.  

  • Multiple Companies Attack Georgia’s new election laws

    April 02, 2021

    Multiple companies from Apple to Delta are attacking Georgia’s new election laws, calling them «unacceptable », but remain  hesitant to speak out against China's human rights violations, where they continue to do business.

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