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The Cuban tourism sector: mitigating the risk of labour exploitation in a holiday paradise...
Have you ever been to Cuba and enjoyed the hospitality and warmth of its people?…Business and Human Rights+2
A model law with the key elements for an EU Regulation to prohibit the import and export of products made or transported with forced labour
This research was commissioned by Anti-Slavery International, the European…Business and Human Rights+2
Trafficked persons on trial in the United Kingdom: Court of Appeal provides new guidance on abuse of process and available defences
Section 45 of the 2015 Modern Slavery Act (MSA) established a statutory…Courts and Tribunals+2
Part 2: Responsible Exit from Russia: Business and Human Rights in a Global Governance Gap
This is a two-part blog series. In Part 1 Dr Irene Pietropaoli discusses…Business and Human Rights+3
Destruction of Ukrainian cultural heritage vis-a-vis military necessity and lasting peace
Almost four weeks into the Russian invasion, important Ukrainian heritage…Cultural Heritage+2
Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine and International Law: Questions and Answers
Authors: Prof. Yarik Kryvoi (YK), Kristin Hausler (KH), Iris…Business and Human Rights+4
Part 1: Do foreign companies have a responsibility under international law to leave Russia?
This is a two-part blog series. In Part 1 Dr Irene Pietropaoli discusses whether…Business and Human Rights+3
Migrant Crossings in the Channel: Non-Assistance, Securitisation, and Accountability Under International Law
On Wednesday, 24 October 2021, 27 people lost their lives in the maritime…Human Rights and IHL+1
Civil Remedies and Human Rights in Flux
On 22-26 October 2020, the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights (Faculty…Business and Human Rights+1
Reviewing the Review: What Needs to Change at the International Criminal Court?
On the 20th of November 2020, the British Institute of International and Comparative…Courts and Tribunals+2