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The Biden Administration Must Uphold the Right of Migrants to Seek Refuge With Dignity

We join a growing chorus of voices outraged by the Administration’s decision to expel Haitian migrants seeking asylum in the U.S.

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Mourning the loss of Dr. John Ruggie

Humanity United joins countless others around the world in mourning the passing of scholar and global human rights leader Dr. John Ruggie, the guiding force behind the development of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

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Guest Post: No Organization Is an Island - Can We Build an Open and Integrated Labor Data Ecosystem?

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Remembering Sheldon Wardwell

Honoring the life of former HU colleague and friend, Sheldon Wardwell.

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It's Not Enough to be Trustworthy, Philanthropy Needs to be a Trusted Partner

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Prioritizing Forced Labor in WTO Fisheries Subsidies Negotiations

Humanity United, the McCain Institute, and the Human Trafficking Legal Center applaud today’s decision by the United States to uphold worker rights and human dignity.

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Our Response to the 2021 Trafficking in Persons Report

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The UNGPs are 10 years old. What needs to happen now?

"Companies face civil enforcement actions, potential criminal liability and reputational damage where slavery and forced labor is present in their supply chains."

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