Anti-slavery legislation is a good start, but if we want a future where goods are produced free of slavery it requires government, business and consumers to all be pulling in the same direction, Jolyon Ford writes.
Fourth-year ANU Law and Commerce student Aaron Zee will spend a semester in Singapore after receiving a New Colombo Plan Scholarship and a place in the Singapore Global Leaders Program.
How might the Trump era affect trends in responsible business (and its regulation)? Associate Professor Jolyon Ford' returns to his blog Private Sector - Public World for the first post of 2017.
A/Professor Jo Ford (PhD '11) is set to speak next week at the United Nations ‘Business for Peace’ Summit in Dubai.
"New technologies are leaving nowhere to hide" is the stark warning for firms that become complicit in systematic human rights violations, says A/Prof Jolyon Ford, the author of an international report into the human rights impact of business activities.
At ANU Open Day, you'll see, hear and discover why the ANU College of Law is ranked among the top 15 law schools in the world. We have a program of events on this Saturday (27 August) that will give you many opportunities to speak with staff and students to get an insight into what it is like studying at Australia’s national law school.
With new technologies and accessibility of information creating a new age of transparency and accountability, big business can no longer be complicit about the abuse of human rights, says ANU international law expert, Jolyon Ford.