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International Journal of Human Rights Special Issue: Corporate Power & Human Rights

The Human Rights Consortium’s Corporate Power & Human Rights (CPHR) project at the School of Advanced Study, University of London has been established to facilitate creative approaches to dissolving the tension between human rights and business activity. The project will act as a platform from which academics, activists, businesspeople, and policymakers can transmit their ideas and engage their peers to robustly challenge their feasibility in order to develop meaningful alternatives to existing approaches.  It will also look at the broad structural impacts of corporate power on economies and human rights provision.  

The International Journal of Human Rights invites submissions for its 'Corporate Power & Human Rights' Special Issue that identify novel approaches to dissolving tensions between business and human rights, in keeping with the project’s objectives.

Submitted papers are currently being peer reviewed.


How MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies student, Sylvester Chapotera, aims to fulfil a lifetime goal

Sylvester Chapotera was awarded the Guy-Goodwin Scholarship on the MA in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration Studies. He tells us about how his programme of study contributes to his ambition to become a future leader in refugee protection.