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Explore the big challenges, opportunities, debates and frameworks for business and human rights. This section contains a selection of key portals curated by our global team.

Alongside its core work providing a platform for Human Rights advocates, the Resource Centre runs several focused programme areas and regularly releases briefings and reports on areas of particular interest.

Opinion pieces, interviews and blogs from across the business and human rights movement.

Operating in conflict-affected contexts: An introduction to good practice

Ukraine: Responsible business conduct in a war of aggression

Before the flood? The looming risk of corporations suing states for Covid-related measures

Japans new Guidelines for Respect for Human Rights lack the teeth to be truly effective in promoting respect for human rights in global supply chains

Find out more about our impact, who we are and how we are funded.

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