Business and Human Rights
Every business has a responsibility to respect human rights, regardless of their size or location.
Meet the President
Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher AM
Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher AM is President of the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Rosalind commenced her seven-year term as Commission President on 30 July 2017.
Prior to joining the Commission, Rosalind was President of the Australian Law Reform Commission (2009–2017) and Commissioner (2006–2009), where she led a number of significant law reform inquiries, including on Client Legal Privilege, Secrecy Laws, Family Violence, Discovery, Age Barriers to Work, Disability Laws, Encroachment on Freedoms in Commonwealth Laws and Elder Abuse. As President she also oversaw inquiries such as Native Title, Copyright and Serious Invasions of Privacy.
Combatting modern slavery in the resources and energy sectors
A new guide to help the resources and energy sectors manage their modern slavery risks is now available: Resources, energy and modern slavery: Practical responses to managing risks to people.
Combatting modern slavery in the health services sector
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023: Human Rights Risk Assessment
Supporting business to combat modern slavery
Tackling modern slavery and labour exploitation with the Cleaning Accountability Framework
- Supporting business to combat modern slavery
- Director Briefings on responding to the Modern Slavery Act
- Australian Dialogues on Business and Human Rights
- The Financial Sector: A Key Player in the Prevention of Modern Slavery
- Bringing a gender lens to the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
- Roundtable on human rights and mega sporting events in the Commonwealth