Anthony Ewing Guest Commentary for Institute of Human Rights and Business

 

In 1994, I stumbled upon a business course, “Transnational Business and International Human Rights,” that highlighted the relevance of international human rights standards for business managers. It was an eye-opening subject for a human rights-oriented law student with no business background. We discussed labor rights violations in global supply chains and early corporate policies in response to stakeholder human rights concerns over government violations like Apartheid and the crackdown in Tiananmen Square. more

 

 

 

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