An estimated 35,000 children work in perilous conditions to extract cobalt from the ground in the Democratic Republic of Congo. So what will the impact be on these exploited workers from rapid advances in electric cars, which are heavily reliant on this conflict mineral?
When artificial intelligence is deemed the source of a new idea or creation, it causes a legal grey area over ownership rights that will only become harder to define in the future
As shortages worsen, safe drinking water and affordable sanitation is recognised by the United Nations as a human right
Companies and their supply chains are increasingly involved in safeguarding human rights
Soon foreign visitors entering the US may have to hand over their smartphone and share social media passwords with border officials. Oliver Pickup investigates the privacy and human rights implications of this new proposed policy
The human rights lawyer and activist says that world leaders need to show more ambition, and rise above domestic political interests to find resolutions to humanitarian crises