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About Kathryn Dovey

Kathryn Dovey is Gender Research Fellow at the Institute for Human Rights and Business and Director of the Global Business Initiative on Human Rights.

Articles by Kathryn Dovey

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

IKEA and LGBT – falling between the flatpacks?

What does a multinational company do when a country where it operates has laws that run counter to international human rights norms? Kathryn Dovey suggests how IKEA could honour its rights commitments while protecting its Russian profits.

Russia: enshrining homophobia

In a move likely to lead to federal legislation, St Petersburg is seeking to pass a bill outlawing ‘gay propaganda’. This would put Russia’s beleaguered gay community even more at risk, Kathryn Dovey reports for Human Rights Watch
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