Nowhere to hide

Big business has too much power.

And the people who are most vulnerable to its operations have too little.

We think Ministers should listen to survivors of human rights abuses and leave perpetrators with nowhere to hide.

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon is the UK’s Minister of State for the UN and responsible for negotiations in Geneva. We want him to stand up for human rights by supporting the Binding Treaty on Business and Human Rights.

If Lord Ahmad receives a flood of emails asking him to look again at the Treaty he’s more likely to support the process in Geneva.

Will you send Lord Ahmad an email?