Join us over lunch as we host the EU Special Representative on Human Rights, Stavros Lambrinidis to disucss the current state of human rights in the global arena.
Join us over lunch as David Kinley explains how to reform finance in ways that will salvage its legitimacy by making finance a friend to human rights, not their enemy.
Join us for a conversation between Mr. Farooq Kathwari and Mike Posner as they discuss Mr. Kathwari's career at Ethan Allen, his personal leadership ethos, and his advocacy efforts involving refugees.
Join Brad Smith, President of Microsoft and Michael Posner as they discuss the misuse and manipulation of internet platforms by third parties and how extremist content, fake news and intolerant discourse have spread across the web with real-world consequences.
Join Mike Posner and Renee Beaumont on March 8th as they discuss the changing investment landscape and focus on long-term investing to create profit for shareholders.
Join us for an interactive workshop focused on the human rights impacts that result from new technology and increased cyber security. The workshop will be hosted by The Glass Room: A pop-up ‘tech space with a twist.
Unique among business schools, we offer first-year MBA students a paid opportunity to work at a multinational company on a business and human rights or sustainability challenge during their summer. Previous placements include: DirecTV Latin America, New Balance, PepsiCo, and PVH Corp.
We hope you'll join us for lunch on November 9th to learn more about this exciting opportunity!
Join Maina Kiai, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association, to discuss his new report on workers' rights around the globe.
Join Stavros Lambrinidis, the European Union's Special Representative for Human Rights, for a discussion entitled, "The Rights of Others in Foreign Policy."
Join the Center and Visiting Scholar Justine Nolan for an informal lunch discussion on the future of human rights in business education.
The NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights and RFKennedy Compass Program at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights hosted a workshop, Measuring Human Rights Performance: Metrics that Drive Change, 20 - 21 April at NYU in New York City.
Having an external view of CSR helps, tremendously when designing strategies to address human rights,” said Ron Popper, head of Corporate Responsibility at the electrical engineering giant ABB, during a roundtable event at NYU Stern’s Center for Business and Human Rights.
Partnering with the Conscious Capital New York City Chapter, the Center will explore the manner in which capital, when directed towards stakeholder-focused companies, can create opportunities for business and society to prosper together.