- From Domini Impact Investments: Investor Statement on Coronavirus Response
- From International Transport Workers’ Federation: Global Demands for Urgent COVID-19 Response
- From Oxfam: What’s the role of business in the COVID-19 crisis?
- From Better Buying Institute: Guidelines for “Better” Purchasing Practices Amidst the Coronavirus Crisis and Recovery
- From Oxfam: COVID19: Safeguarding essential workers in our supermarkets
- From Cambridge Core: The Corporate Duty to Respect Human Rights
- From Business & Human Rights Resource Centre: UN Global Compact calls on business leaders to support companies & workers affected by COVID-19 outbreak in Africa
- From Harvard Business Review: Coronaviurs is Putting Corporate Social Responsibility to the Test
- From GreenBiz: How Responsible Businesses Can Step Forward to Fight Coronavirus
- From World Economic Forum: This is the Human Impact of Covid-19 – and How Businesses Can Help
- From United Nations Global Compact: Uniting Business To Respond To Covid-19 Outbreak
- From Business for Social Responsibility: Business Lessons from Phase One of the Covid-19 Pandemic
- From The Global Business Initiative on Human Rights: Covid-19 And Business And Human Rights: Adopting A Responsible Business Approach: Global Business Initiative On Human Rights (Gbihr)
- From Institute for Human Rights and Business: Contending with the Coronavirus – What Should We Expect of Business During Global Health Emergencies?
- From Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Watch: OECD calls on member and adherent states to ensure businesses act responsibly during the global COVID-19 crisis
- From the International Trade Union Confederation: COVID-19 Urgent Economic Stimulus and Workplace Measures Required
- From the UN Global Compact: Uniting Business to respond to COVID-19
- From UN Global Compact: a weekly series of live Academy sessions providing information, insights, and inspiration on how businesses around the world can respond to and recover from the COVID-19 crisis. Upcoming sessions: Sustainable Finance and the Future of the Global Economy and COVID-19 and Human Rights and Protecting the Most Vulnerable
- From United Nations Women: Addressing the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on women migrant workers
- From Business & Human Rights Resource Centre: Anti-Slavery Intl. assesses COVID-19 impacts on people in or vulnerable to modern slavery; includes guidance for policymakers, donors & business
- From Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI): ETI publishes briefing note on responsibilities of employers towards migrant workers during Covid-19
- From International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR): Joint Statement Calling on the Business Community to Ensure Corporate Accountability in Covid-19 Response
- From Supply Chain Dive: How can supply chains manage COVID-19 risk? 4 experts weigh in
- From Responsible Investor: COVID-19 demonstrates the need to address ESG risks in supply chains
- From Business & Human Rights Resource Centre: Clean Clothes Campaign outlines demands on brands & govts. to mitigate effects of COVID-19 on workers in global garment supply chains
- From Business & Human Rights Resource Centre: Moral Bankruptcy During Times of Crisis: H&M Just Thought Twice Before Triggering Force Majeure Clauses with Suppliers, and Here’s Why You Should Too
- From International Finance Corporation: Interim Advice for IFC Clients on Preventing and Managing Health Risks of COVID-19 in the Workplace
- From International Finance Corporation: Interim Advice for IFC Clients on Supporting Workers in the Context of COVID-19
- From ETI: Guest blog from Solidaridad: Covid 19 – supply chain solidarity to support those hit hardest
- From International Organization for Migration IRIS: COVID-19: Guidance for employers and business to enhance migrant worker protection during the current health crisis
- From ETI: ETI publishes briefing note on responsibilities of employers towards migrant workers during Covid-19
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