Why Companies Need To Defend Their Diversity Policies

While the Supreme Court’s rejection of affirmative action last month in Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard was focused on admissions in higher education, conservative activists are already mobilizing to extend their victory into the business world.

Why the PGA Tour Should Not Help Distract from Saudi Arabia’s Human Rights Abuses

The PGA Tour has handed over the keys to its kingdom, in this instance to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The 10-Year Legacy of the Deadly Rana Plaza Collapse

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The haunting images of Rana Plaza are still seared in our consciousness.

Why the Biden Administration Needs to Preserve the Right to Asylum

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Immigration policy has become a third rail in U.S. politics, especially for Democrats who have been cast unfairly as indifferent to border security and even supportive of “open borders.”

To Meet Global Cobalt Demand, Companies Must Reform Mining Practices in the Congo

On a recent visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Pope Francis condemned the large companies from the West and China that mine the poor country’s abundant mineral resources.

Business and Human Rights: Key Challenges for 2023

In the United States and worldwide, events in the last year have eroded protections of human rights, creating greater responsibilities for leading global companies.

The Tim Ferriss Show with Jon Haidt

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https://youtu.be/elo89pPREYE In this episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, Jonathan Haidt joins host Tim Ferriss to discuss moral relativism, how to understand human rights, Jon's LSD experience, how safe spaces and character cancellation took…

The U.S. Should Speed Solar Production That Doesn’t Depend on China

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COP 27, the global climate conference, wrapped up in Egypt without any major breakthroughs, but it yielded a clear picture of how far rich industrial countries like the United States are from meeting their own climate promises.

Financial Markets, Democracy, and Power with Jim Leitner

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Listen to "S2-09 I Financial markets, democracy and power with Jim Leitner" on Spreaker. In this episode of our Breaking the Fever podcast, we speak with Jim Leitner about the relationship between democracy and market performance. Starting…

At COP 27 in Egypt, Climate Accountability Will Be Challenging

Given the urgency of the agenda, this year’s COP meeting in Sharm El-Sheikh should be drawing greater high-level participation than ever. But that will not be the case. The U.N. climate conference known as COP 27 will soon convene in Sharm…