The World Economic Forum is treating fake news as an urgent matter of global human rights, designating one of its Global Future Councils to the topic. Mike Posner weighs in as the Chair of that council.
THE HILL In his op-ed Mike Posner discusses lessons learned from Ernest Lefever's confirmation process that can be applied to the current congressional confirmation to ensure appointees fully respect the offices for which they have been nominated.
HUFFINGTON POST Sarah Labowitz and Hanne Dalmut point to the need for greater attention to labor abuses in the fishing industry, a topic missing from Secretary of State Kerry's 3rd Our Oceans Annual Conference.
Michael Posner is interviewed by Phillip Adams. They discuss his belief that corporations can build better businesses if they make them fairer, more equitable and environmentally responsible - and he's out to prove it.
Justine Nolan links global outsourcing to modern day slavery. "Whether or not corporations directly oversee their work environments, they have a responsibility to ensure that slavery is not occurring in their supply chains."
Clear admit talks to Dorothee Baumann Pauly and Sarah Labowitz about the launch of the Center's textbook, Business and Human Rights: From Principles to Practice, the first ever textbook on business and human rights.
Taking stock of what changes have been implemented since the Rana Plaza factory collapse three years ago, Sarah Labowitz advocates for more financial support from stakeholders to improve factory safety in Bangladesh.