The latest on OpenGlobalRights: ending corporate corruption and filling the data gap in human rights

Recently on OpenGlobalRights, authors debated how to end corporate corruption and why a new database on human rights performance could improve advocacy efforts.

The OGR Editorial Team
4 April 2018

Recently on OpenGlobalRights, Gillian Caldwell argued that activists need to look at the North-South nexus in order to end corporate corruption. Anne-Marie Brook, Chad Clay, and Susan Randolph then discussed a new database to track human rights performance and fill the data grap for human rights advocacy.

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