With specific worker-related targets, the SDGs are a rallying point for businesses, unions and civil society organisations.
Speakers at our Ethical insights discussion on the future of work give their thoughts on the effect of the gig economy on workers' rights.
How can workers and companies grappling with new forms of employment ensure labour rights are respected and strengthened?
Homophobia and transphobia affect workers all over the world.
Speakers at our Ethical insights session on ethical trade and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) reflect on the key points covered in the discussion.
At 5 pm on Wednesday 5 April, a two-storey brick structure adjoining the Ananta Apparel factory on Elephant Road, Dhaka collapsed.
Current supply chain issues, challenges and opportunities.
The growing trend around non-financial reporting, stemming from John Ruggie's Protect, Respect, Remedy framework, sees greater importance attached to human rights due diligence.
The UK parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights has just published its Human Rights and Business 2017 report calling for “stronger legislation, stronger enforcement and clearer routes to justice” to protect workers’ human rights.
In March, an ILO committee set up to examine the use of forced labour in Thailand reported on its latest findings.
The SDGs range from ending poverty and hunger to ensuring gender equality and reducing inequality. They also explicitly refer to work and jobs.