The tracker shows how China’s Belt and Road Initiative has changed countries’ bilateral economic relationships with China over time for 67 countries.
Why Are Companies in Southeast Asia Lagging on Human Rights?
Eco-Business reports companies are failing to recognize forced labor, human trafficking, and land rights violations within their own businesses.
As reported in MVO Platform, the new law dictates that Dutch companies will have to declare that they have addressed the issue of child labor in their supply chains, and legislates minimum requirements for responsible business conduct.
Germany’s 2016 national action plan on human rights requests businesses comply with human rights standards when doing business abroad. If less than 50% of companies comply voluntarily, new Due Diligence Act will be legislated. As reported by Deutsche Welle.