Monthly Archives: May 2016

Modern Slavery: ongoing confusion

Those of us practising human rights law in the UK are closely familiar with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA). It is the topic of the moment, and understandably so. Not a week goes by without an invitation to another event deconstructing its requirements and lauding its innovations. The MSA represents a bold move forward […]

Reflections: Business and Human Rights Symposium @Eversheds @ioevoice

Last week I had the pleasure of attending an excellent symposium organised by the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) and the law firm Eversheds on business and human rights. I enjoy attending events like this, especially when they address such a broad range of topics, as it is a welcome chance to take stock of […]