CORE, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and Repórter Brasil are partners in a University of Nottingham and Fundação Getulio Vargas research project funded by the British Academy on ‘The Interaction of Law and Supply Chain Management in Cross-Judicial Supply Chains: Supply Chain Effectiveness of Modern Slavery Legislation’.
CORE is involved in the Alliance for Corporate Transparency (ACT) Project, which brings together leading civil society organisations and experts with the aim of analysing the corporate disclosure on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues by the largest companies operating in the EU and recommending legislative changes.
BHRinlaw.org is run by Corporate Accountability NGOs CORE, ICAR, ECCJ, Above Ground and Public Eye. It allows you to track international legal developments that enforce business compliance with human rights. The website focuses on parent company liability law and legislation that requires companies conduct mandatory human rights due diligence. The website shows the momentum gathering for embedding business and human rights in law.