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The EU proposes new regulation to tackle human rights abuses in global supply chains.

A historical first step or the beginning of a tick-the-box exercise? The EU Commission proposes a Directive on corporate sustainability due diligence which would establish new human rights requirements for companies. The proposal is a milestone for the protection of people and the environment, but fails to recognise and include the voice of human rights defenders.

Business & Human Rights – New technologies and human rights: mind the gap!

New technologies pose inherent risks for the respect for human rights. How do we ensure that they are not developed at the expense of human rights? And how can we mitigate risks? What is the role of the private sector in contributing to avoid human rights impacts and supporting human rights defenders?

UN experts analyse China’s abuse of national security to curtail human rights

Over the past four years, United Nations human rights experts have raised serious concerns about the Chinese government’s routine misuse of its national security legislation to jail human rights defenders, lawyers, and journalists. In a new bilingual infographic released today, ISHR documents the UN experts’ legal analysis in 23 letters to Beijing authorities.

China’s abuse of national security to curtail human rights: 4 things you need to know

Over the past four years, United Nations human rights experts have raised serious concerns about the Chinese government’s routine misuse of its national security legislation to jail human rights defenders, lawyers, and journalists. In a new bilingual infographic released today, ISHR documents the UN experts’ legal analysis in 23 letters to Beijing authorities.