Human Rights Leadership

Why A New Commission Could Undercut The U.S.' Human Rights Efforts

Why A New Commission Could Undercut The U.S.' Human Rights Efforts

Michael Forbes writes in his latest op-ed that the creation of a new “Commission on Inalienable Rights” could seriously undermine the U.S.’ human rights efforts.

As Human Rights Deteriorate in Myanmar, U.S. Leadership is Lacking

As Human Rights Deteriorate in Myanmar, U.S. Leadership is Lacking

Director Michael Posner highlights the dismal response U.S. leadership has taken in trying to remedy the catastrophic conditions for Rohingyas and other minorities in Myanmar.

Why the Travel Ban Is Bad for U.S. Business

Why the Travel Ban Is Bad for U.S. Business

Director Michael Posner explains the harmful consequences of the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to overrule the visa ban. He highlights the powerful advantages that immigration has delivered to the American economy.

Research Brief: NO RIGHTS WITHOUT REMEDIES — AN ASSESSMENT OF CORPORATE REMEDY CHANNELS

Research Brief: NO RIGHTS WITHOUT REMEDIES — AN ASSESSMENT OF CORPORATE REMEDY CHANNELS

The Center finds that a quarter of the 369 companies we analyzed publicly committed to respecting human rights without implementing any means to pursue remedies or address violations.