Ranking Shows Failure of Big Business to Address Human Rights Issues

13 November 2018
Research Innovation

A new report by Corporate Human Rights Benchmark, a British non-profit, shows that most of the world’s largest multinational companies are failing to meet human rights standards set by the United Nations, including eliminating forced labour and child labour. The ranking uses publicly available information on issues like forced labour, wages and activities to protect human rights and assigns a score of 0 to 100. More information about the methodology can be found here.

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