• Advocacy Manager, Private Sector Department at Oxfam America

    Posted: 22/02/2018 | Boston or DC | Closing: 22/04/2018

    PURPOSE OF THE POSITION: The Private Sector Advocacy Manager will build, direct, manage and strengthen Oxfam America’s private sector strategy for policy, advocacy and campaigning and its capacity to engage key US-based private sector actors relevant to Oxfam’s priorities. The Private Sector Advocacy Manager will also support, manage and supervise the PSD’s campaign team.

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Private Sector Advisors assigned to PSD Advocacy unit, interns, and consultants

  • Student Employee - Methods and Analysis at twentyfifty ltd

    Posted: 20/02/2018 | Berlin | Closing: 07/03/2018

    We are looking for a student employee to support us in further developing of our methods, research on the human rights impacts of entrepreneurial activity, classification and evaluation of data sources and (simple) statistical analysis of collected data (using Excel, PowerBI, R, or similar).

    You will work 40-80 hours per month and get paid 12,50€ per hour, following TU Berlin 2018 rates.

    Deadline is the end of 7th of March 2018.

    About twentyfifty ltd.

  • Ethical Trade Country Manager - Based in Romania at ASOS

    Posted: 20/02/2018 | Romania | Closing: 15/03/2018

    This person will work closely with the Head of Ethical Trade team and Romanian audit team to ensure delivery of key strategic priorities against ASOS Ethical Trade strategy, with a focus on code of practice throughout the Eastern Europe supply chain.

    Supply chain management

    To lead, manage and improve the compliance of Eastern Europe supply chain in line with ASOS Ethical Code of Conduct:
    Managing supply chain working with the audit team (3rd party TRN)

  • Operations Officer at ETI

    Posted: 20/02/2018 | Central London | Closing: 21/03/2018

    The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) is a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and voluntary organisations working together to improve the lives of workers in international supply chains. We are seeking to recruit an exceptional Operations Officer with excellent all-round skills, and a willingness to help. You need an eye for detail, initiative and the ability to form good working relationships. This is a varied and interesting role at the heart of the organisation.

  • Research Assistant on CSR, State Responsibility and Modern Slavery at United Nations University

    Posted: 19/02/2018 | New York, NY | Closing: 28/02/2018

    This position offers a unique opportunity to contribute to policy-oriented research projects at the United Nations by joining a young and dynamic think tank, which in just a few years has established itself as a key source of policy-relevant research, ideas, and advice on pressing challenges facing the UN and the multilateral system. The Research Assistant will work on two innovative research and writing projects related to modern slavery and human trafficking.

    About UNU

  • Research intern - corporate supply chains at Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

    Posted: 19/02/2018 | Our office in central London (or working from home if desired). Although London based is preferred, applications from any time zone that has some overlap with 10.00-17.00 London time will be considered. | Closing: 27/02/2018

    Start date: February/ March

    Internship period: Minimum commitment of 3 months part-time (2-3 days a week, very flexible working hours)

    Please note that due to lack of resources we are unable to offer visa sponsorship.
    Reimbursement of local travel costs, and lunch up to £5 for interns who do not have funding for the internship from their university or other institution; we are unable to pay any stipend or salary.


  • Adviser on Business & Human Rights at Danish Institute for Human Rights

    Posted: 15/02/2018 | Copenhagen | Closing: 12/03/2018

    The Danish Institute for Human Rights, Denmark’s national human rights institution, works internationally to support the development and implementation of national and international frameworks that foster respect for human rights in the context of business activities. You will be part of an international team of experts based in Copenhagen, working across the intersections of human rights, business and sustainable development within DIHR’s Human Rights & Development Department.

  • Independent Evaluator(s) at Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB)

    Posted: 13/02/2018 | Home based preferably in Asia (with one trip to Yangon, Myanmar required) | Closing: 12/03/2018

    IHRB is recruiting an independent consultant(s) to undertake an evaluation of the Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business (MCRB) with a view to: 1. Assess the impact MCRB has had to date, taking into account MCRB’s results and achievements to date 2. Assess the efficiency of the Centre’s work 3. Assess whether strategic objectives and thematic areas continue to be relevant in the current context; 4. Identify lessons learned and recommendations to strengthen MCRB’s future strategy, operation and pursuit of intended impact 5.

  • Senior Adviser: Gender and Diversity at ETI

    Posted: 08/02/2018 | Central London | Closing: 01/03/2018

    The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) is a leading alliance of companies, trade unions and NGOs that promotes respect for workers’ rights worldwide. Our members include well-known high street retailers, luxury fashion brands, supermarkets, suppliers, international development NGOs and trade union confederations. We are looking to fill a newly created post for an expert to help us drive our gender strategy forward across all areas of our work. As such, you will be an experienced gender and diversity professional with an interest in ethical supply chains.

  • Six Doctoral Scholarships in the Doctoral Program “Ethics and Responsible Leadership in Business” (ERL) at Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics

    Posted: 07/02/2018 | Wittenberg/Halle/Leipzig | Closing: 25/03/2018

    The Wittenberg Center for Global Ethics (WCGE) hosts the Doctoral Program “Ethics and Responsible Leadership in Business” (ERL). For admissions in October 2018, the program will award up to six doctoral scholarships. Four of the fellowships are financed by The Karl Schlecht Foundation (KSG), and two are financed by the Stiftung der Deutschen Wirtschaft (SDW).