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New tool to help businesses ensure human rights are respected in the COVID-19 response and recovery period

A new tool will help businesses consider and manage the human rights impacts of COVID-19 response and recovery in their operations.  


Four ways Asia’s young social entrepreneurs are responding to the COVID-19 Crisis

Many of the young social entrepreneurs in Youth Co:Lab’s network are repurposing their operations, skills, and creativity to help their communities respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.  


A “new possible” for justice after COVID-19: towards digital, open and inclusive courts

The current crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, not only a health crisis, but a socio-economic one, poses tremendous threats to our lives and communities, yet at the same time opens up avenues…  


Business and Human Rights in a Time of Crisis

At this time of crisis, public expectations for responsible business are amplified. People are stepping up and defining “business purpose” for themselves. Today, they demand that business provide…  


Judicial Integrity Network in ASEAN Webinars Series

Promoting the rule of law and ensuring equal access to justice for all are some key targets of SDG 16 on peace, justice and strong institutions. Hence, to bring about holistic development, it…  


Justice in Times of COVID-19

The objective of the webinar is to provide space for peer exchange and learning among members of the Judicial Integrity Network in ASEAN in these challenging times. Join us for a discussion with…  


COVID-19 amplifying inequalities for transgender people

As the COVID-19 crisis began to unfold, countries around Asia and the Pacific began locking down. The roll-out of COVID-19 measures and the realization of imminent massive economic shocks have brought…  


Designing COVID-19 Policy Responses for those Small Enough to Fail

We highlight key considerations for designing COVID-19 policy responses to support those ‘small enough to fail’ and to rebuild our economies in ways that reduce their vulnerability in the long run.  


Why Pakistan's youth must be part of the response to COVID-19

Pakistan needs to make space for youth to be part of the development process. With 70 percent of the population younger than 29, Pakistan’s vibrant youth are eager to engage with a dynamic, open…  

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