14 October 2013
The human rights abuses committed by global businesses when investing in developing states often goes un-reported. Now Alan Dignam, a professor in corporate law at Queen Mary with over 20 years experience of working with NGOs like Amnesty International UK, has turned to theatre to highlight the issues in a play called Human Rights, Bloody Human Rights. Here he talks to Sam Philpott about the inspiration behind the play, its innovative format, the mistakes many companies make when working overseas and ways of finding solutions to the problems.
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