Prof. Jérémie Gilbert – Silencing human rights and environmental defenders: (SLAPP) Corporate Strategic Lawsuits against Public Participation (video)

On the 14th of December 2020, Prof. Jérémie Gilbert (Professor of Human Rights Law at the University of Roehampton) gave his presentation within the Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics Blog’s End-of-Year Seminar Series 2020 entitled “CSR, Whistleblowing and Human Rights” and organized by Dr. Costantino Grasso, Dr. Dawn Carpenter, and Dr. Luca d’Ambrosio. The series has been … Continue reading Prof. Jérémie Gilbert – Silencing human rights and environmental defenders: (SLAPP) Corporate Strategic Lawsuits against Public Participation (video)

Guest Post – The unheard voice of Armenian Refugees from Azerbaijan: Have media companies acted in an irresponsible way?

*** We are delighted to communicate that the Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics Blog has been selected by Feedspot as one of Top 100 Business Blogs on the web. *** Oksana Musaelyan, Founder of the Refugee Voice Advocacy and Rights Protection NGO, contributes to today’s guest post: Approximately 360,000 ethnic Armenians arrived in Armenia from … Continue reading Guest Post – The unheard voice of Armenian Refugees from Azerbaijan: Have media companies acted in an irresponsible way?

Guest Post: Investigating allegations against celebrities: New standards for media corporations? The decision of the High Court in Richard v BBC

We are pleased to welcome back Dr Steve Foster, Principal Lecturer in Law at Coventry University Law School, who contributes the following guest post: Introduction In a long-awaited judgment on celebrity privacy and press freedom, in Richard v BBC [2018] EWHC 1837 (Ch), the High Court awarded over £200.000 in damages against the BBC for their … Continue reading Guest Post: Investigating allegations against celebrities: New standards for media corporations? The decision of the High Court in Richard v BBC

Guest Post: The media, corporate responsibility and TV reality shows

Dr Steve Foster, Principal Lecturer in Law at Coventry University Law School, contributes to today’s guest post: Although corporate social responsibility is usually linked with large profit-making commercial entities, it should not be forgotten that the private media are subject to various legal and ethical duties whilst carrying out their business operations. In the United … Continue reading Guest Post: The media, corporate responsibility and TV reality shows