Ashley Rookwood, founder of New Creations Capital, shares his thoughts on how we can empower people with criminal records to become entrepreneurs with the right infrastructure, opportunity and guidance.
Carleen Pickard, Ethical Campaigns Specialist at LUSH, articulates why companies need to push for justice reform, including the abolition of the death penalty, and how they can do so.
Businesses 'have the key to the door' when it comes to social justice issues - but the majority aren't using it. Activist Jamira Burley, speaks to RBIJ's CEO, Celia Ouellette, about the state of the criminal justice system in America, and how businesses can best leverage their influence to drive change.
As part of our criminal justice month, Ali Niaz, Co-Founder of BPure Sounds, and a formerly incarcerated inmate, talks to his mentor, Steve Mills about how his intervention as a small business owner helped him transition to a better path.
Our partner, Responsible Business Initiative for Justice, has produced a guide on how business can move beyond corporate statements and create meaningful, lasting change.
Joel Schaefer, Private Sector Engagement Lead at the World Health Organisation, provides his advice on what businesses should and shouldn't be doing to support the COVID-19 response.