On a day that heralds older people, the UN urged younger generations and those in power to stamp out human rights denial to the elderly and enable them to contribute to their families and the society at large.
and John Thwaites, Katie Ross, Leanne Denby, and Marjan van den Belt –
Implementing the SDGs will require people who have skills such as systems thinking and integrated problem solving—and universities are perfectly positioned to help. Here's a practical guide for universities to get started on the Goals.
Julia Benkert –
Businesses today dictate working conditions for labourers across the globe through their supply chains. It's up to them to apply standards and enforce these with whistleblowing practices in order to eradicate slavery. Here's how.
Richard Welford –
Business interruptions, reputational damage and loss of consumer trust are just some ways discovering human trafficking in one's supply chains could impact the business. Here's how companies can minimise their risk, according to CSR Asia's Richard Welford.
Refugees are commonly framed as a drain on a country's economic resources, but the reality is that welcoming them presents huge opportunities to create shared value for Asia's private sector, says CSR Asia's Aaron Sloan.
Because controversies about exploding phones and corruption weren't enough, Samsung has entered into a joint venture with deforestation-linked Korean-Indonesian conglomerate Korindo, reveals Mighty Earth's Deborah Lapidus.