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Rethinking Human Rights Post Covid-19 – Taking a Leadership Approach

Video, 08 July 2020

Human Rights has been a focal issue for companies for several years, and COVID-19 has propelled it, and companies’ purpose, to the forefront of employees, investors, customers and other stakeholders’ minds. In this panel, which forms part of EthicalCorp/Reuters annual conference, IHRB's Salil Tripathi joins ITUC's Sharan Burrow and Unilever's Marcela Manubens to discuss how organisations are showing leadership and upholding their role as Human Rights Ambassadors across their direct and indirect operations during the pandemic.

Watch the video on Ethical Corp/Reuters website (45 mins).

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