PEACE & JUSTICE

Can companies help abolish the death penalty?

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.

Fried chicken and fair chances – how this company provides meaningful work to people with difficult pasts

As part of our Reimagining Justice channel, we're profiling justice champions, shining a spotlight on the organisations and leaders working to build a more fair and equal society. Joe Deloss is the Founder of Hot Chicken Takeover, a restaurant chain with the mission to provide supportive employment to men and women who need a fair chance at work, helping them to overcome circumstances such as previous incarceration, homelessness and addiction. In this article, Joe shares the wide-ranging benefits of employing fair chance hiring practices, both as a business and a community.

Justice Champion Spotlight: 70 Million Jobs

As part of our Reimagining Justice channel, we're profiling justice champions, shining a spotlight on the organisations and leaders working to build a more fair and equal society.

Justice Champion Spotlight: Business Leaders Against the Death Penalty

As part of our Reimagining Justice channel, we're profiling justice champions, shining a spotlight on the organisations and leaders working to build a more fair and equal society. This month, our Knowledge Partner, the Responsible Business Initiative for Justice, is thrilled to launch an unprecedented and ground-breaking initiative: Business Leaders Against the Death Penalty.

Justice Champion Spotlight: Johnny Webb, CEO, HiddenLight Productions

As part of our Reimagining Justice channel, in partnership with Responsible Business Initiative for Justice (RBIJ), we're profiling justice champions, shining a spotlight on the organisations and leaders working to build a more fair and equal society. This month's Justice Champion Spotlight is on the CEO of HiddenLight Productions, Johnny Webb. Interviewed here by RBIJ CEO, Celia Ouelette, he discusses using film as a tool to educate audiences on the iniquities of the justice system.