BHR and Lavola organize the event: "Reporting on SDGs and human rights: Am I being coherent in
On July 5th, BHR and Lavola organized in Madrid the event "Reporting on SDGs and human rights: Am I being coherent in my...
BHR at the Spanish Global Compact: Business and Human Rights: the path to 2030
On June 15th, in the context of the leaders summit organized by the UN Global Compact, the Spanish network, together with the local networks of France, the UK, Italy and Germany held a session called Business and Human Rights: the path to 2030.
María Prandi, founder and partner of BHR, moderated a panel in which many companies participated and shared their actions regarding Business and Human Rights, according to the Guiding Principleson Business and Human Rights and the ODS framework.
BHR attended a discussion on investors' role in and the importance of responsible recruitment in assessing Modern Slavery, organised by the Interfaith Centre for Corporate Responsibility and the Investor Alliance for Human Rights.
Unfair recruitment practices are a key driver of Modern Slavery, as BHR has witnessed in its extense work, notably in the Spanish agriculture sector. As part of BHR’s work to combat Modern Slavery in global supply chains, BHR engages with relevant stakeholders across the world, from unions, workers, NGOs, to companies, authorities and investors, to collaborate and find ways to land corporate policies and legal standards and to find solutions that effectively allow to tackle Modern Slavery. BHR is confident that engagement is fundamental to drive change, and that the investor community has a key role to play in ending Modern Slavery and advancing human rights in general.
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