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The Forced Labour Lab at the Helena Kennedy Centre is an initiative to provide an evidence base for better understanding forced labour globally
The very floors we walk on could be made with forced labour
Dan Fauset, Senior lecturer, Law and Criminology, and Ruth Bastin, Lecturer, Social Work, and Social Care and Community Studies, have collaborated to share their skills and knowledge with both Law and Social Work students
Holocaust Memorial Day is marked each year on January 27th – the anniversary of the liberation of the concentration and death camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau. On this day, we come together to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust and of more recent genocides.
"Laundering Cotton" is an investigation into whether and how forced-labour-produced cotton and textiles from the Uyghur region wend their way into international supply chains.
Mads B. Melskens Staberg, a lawyer based in Copenhagen, shared with us his thoughts on studying LLM International Sports Law in Practice at Sheffield Hallam University
"Until Nothing Is Left" documents in great detail the egregious human rights violations of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, which is a paramilitary corporate conglomerate designed to suppress and colonise the Indigenous people of the Uyghur Region
How Your Savings May Be Financing Internment Camps and Forced Labour in China
LLM International Sports Law in Practice students have been selected to shadow the work of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Pro Bono Legal Team
"Financing & Genocide" presents credible evidence that International Finance Corporation financing is contributing to companies committing gross human rights abuses against Uyghur peoples in the XUAR and makes evidence-based recommendations to IFC and other development finance institutions.
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