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Global Business and Human Rights

Explore how companies can understand, address and manage their human rights impacts.

Discover links of business activities, global supply chains and human rights from different perspectives.

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Starts: May 2, 2021

Ends: Jun 12, 2021

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  • Length: 6 Weeks
  • Effort: 6–8 hours per week
  • Price: FREE
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  • Institution: ZHAWx
  • Subject: Business & Management
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Language: English
  • Video Transcript: English
  • Course Type: Instructor-led on a course schedule

Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites for this course. Familiarity with basic concepts of business administration and management is an asset.

About this course

Globalization includes the promise of economic development and wellbeing for all. However, from the early days of international trade until today this scarcely came without unfavorable, sometimes dreadful consequences for humans, be it slavery in colonial crop plantations, health and safety risks for coal miners throughout industrialization or, more recently, discrimination of factory workers in sweatshops.

With an ever more complex framework of human rights establishing around the world and stakeholder expectations towards business conduct, managers of modern companies need to find ways for their organizations how these comply with laws and regulations on the international arena and to manifest as responsible corporations.

This course delivers a fundamental understanding of the connections between business conduct and human rights in a globalized world for an audience, who are generally interested in globalization and human rights and for individuals who are working at such interfaces in companies, civil society, intergovernmental or government organizations.

In this course we illustrate the various connections and impacts between globalization, company activities and human rights from an ethical, historical, cultural and legal perspective. It gives an overview of important institutions and their role in the discussion about human rights, and on relevant concepts, approaches and tools that companies use to address and manage human rights.

What you’ll learn

  • Understand, how business activities of companies in different industry sectors are linked to human rights issues in a globalized world
  • Reflect, which perspectives are relevant to understand the links between global business and human rights issues
  • Know, which organizations worldwide engage in addressing human rights issues in their connection to companies and business activities
  • Analyze, which concepts, approaches and tools business companies in different industry sectors may use to manage their impact on human rights issuesCollapse what you’ll learn

Meet your instructors

ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Jörg SchmidtDr. Senior Research AssociateCenter for Corporate Responsibility, ZHAW School of Management and Law

Ina-Maria WalthertDr. Research AssociateCenter for Corporate Responsibility, ZHAW School of Management and Law

Michael ErdinResearch AssistantCenter for Corporate Responsibility, ZHAW School of Management and Law



African Diaspora

This (Wikipedia) article is about emigration from Africa in historic times. For prehistoric human migration, see recent African origin of modern humans. For recent migration, see emigration from Africa.

The African diaspora consists of the worldwide collection of communities descended from native Africans or people from Africa, predominantly in the Americas. The diaspora has continued for millennia, but historically, ethnographers, historians, politicians and writers have used the term particularly to refer to the descendants of the West and Central Africans who were enslaved and shipped to the Americas via the Atlantic slave trade between the 16th and 19th centuries, with their largest populations in Brazil, the United States and Haiti. Some scholars identify “four circulatory phases” of this migration out of Africa. The phrase African diaspora gradually entered common usage at the turn of the 21st century. The term diaspora originates from the Greek διασπορά (diaspora, literally “scattering”) which gained popularity in English in reference to the Jewish diaspora before being more broadly applied to other populations.

Total population
c. 140 million[1][2][3][4][5]
Regions with significant populations
 Brazil85,000,000, including mixed people[6][7][8]
 United States46,350,467, including mixed people[9]
 Haiti9,925,365[10]
 Colombia4,944,400, including mixed people[11][12][13]
 FranceApproximately 3.3–5.5 million, including North Africans[14]
 Venezuela3,743,271
 Yemen3,500,000[15]
 Saudi Arabia3,370,000[16]
 Jamaica2,510,000[17]
 United Kingdom1,904,684 [18]
 Mexico1,386,556[19]
 Canada1,198,540[20]
 Spain1,191,378, 79% being North African[21]
 Italy1,159,290, 59% being North African [22]
 Dominican Republic1,138,471[23][24]
 Ecuador1,120,000
 Cuba1,034,044[25]
 Germany1,000,000[26]
 Peru828,841[27]
 Trinidad and Tobago452,536[28]
 Puerto Rico395,444[29] (est. 2020)
 Australia380,000[30]
 Barbados270,853[31]
 Pakistan250,000[32]
 Guyana225,860[33]
 Suriname200,406[34][35][36]
 Argentina149,493[37][38]
 Romania145,600
 Russia120,000
 Grenada101,309[39]
Languages
Lingua franca: 
English (American and Caribbean), 
French (Canadian and Haitian), Haitian CreoleSpanishPortuguese
Papiamento and Dutch
Religion
ChristianityIslam
Traditional African religions
Afro-American religions

Less commonly, the term has been used in scholarship to refer to more recent emigration from sub-Saharan Africa. The African Union (AU) defines the African diaspora as consisting: “of people of native African origin living outside the continent, irrespective of their citizenship and nationality and who are willing to contribute to the development of the continent and the building of the African Union”. Its constitutive act declares that it shall “invite and encourage the full participation of the African diaspora as an important part of our continent, in the building of the African Union”.




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  • African diasporaThe African diaspora consists of the worldwide collection of communities descended from native Africans or people from Africa, predominantly in the Americas104 KB (9,783 words) – 09:23, 7 February 2021
  • African diaspora religionsAfrican diaspora religions are a number of related religions that developed in the Americas in various nations of the Caribbean, Latin America, and the6 KB (627 words) – 20:36, 7 February 2021
  • British diaspora in AfricaThe British diaspora in Africa is a population group broadly defined as English-speaking white Africans of mainly (but not only) British descent who live59 KB (6,414 words) – 07:10, 21 January 2021
  • History of the Jews in AfricaSome were established early in the diaspora; others after the expulsion from Iberia in the late 15th century. South African Jews, who are mostly Ashkenazi29 KB (3,678 words) – 21:27, 7 February 2021
  • Indian diaspora in AfricaIndo-African Afro-Asians African Diaspora in India Mauritians of Indian origin Modi, Renu; Taylor, Ian (2017-09-19). “The Indian Diaspora in AfricaThe Commodification10 KB (1,325 words) – 21:11, 12 December 2020
  • Museum of the African Diasporaspans the migration of Africans across history, from the diaspora at the origin of human existence through the contemporary African Diaspora around the world12 KB (696 words) – 08:52, 23 January 2021
  • African diaspora in the AmericasThe African diaspora in the Americas refers to the people born in the Americas with predominantly African ancestry. Many are descendants of persons enslaved24 KB (1,946 words) – 16:12, 24 January 2021
  • South African diasporaThe South African diaspora consists of South African emigrants and their descendants living outside South AfricaThe largest concentrations of South8 KB (523 words) – 17:58, 27 December 2020
  • Atheism in the African diasporaAtheism in the African Diaspora is atheism as it is experienced by black people outside of Africa. In the United States, blacks are less likely than other30 KB (3,340 words) – 14:39, 3 December 2020
  • Music of the African diasporaMusic of the African diaspora was mostly refined and developed during the period of slavery. Slaves did not have easy access to instruments, so vocal work14 KB (1,871 words) – 08:11, 30 December 2020
  • Islam in the African diasporaThe practice of Islam by members of the African diaspora may be a consequence of African Muslims retaining their religion after leaving Africa (as for1 KB (81 words) – 19:27, 20 August 2020
  • List of topics related to the African diasporatopics related to the African diaspora. Black people African diaspora African American African immigrants Afro-American peoples of the Americas Afro-Mexican8 KB (782 words) – 21:32, 27 December 2020
  • Diasporanotable diasporas are the African diaspora which primarily includes the descendants of the Africans who were transported to the Americas during the Transatlantic64 KB (7,216 words) – 17:44, 7 February 2021
  • Pan-Africanismbase among the African diaspora in the Americas and Europe. Pan-Africanism can be said to have its origins in the struggles of the African people against36 KB (4,097 words) – 16:27, 23 January 2021
  • African-American diasporaThe African-American diaspora refers to communities of people outside of the United States who are descended from people of African descent who were enslaved4 KB (506 words) – 14:01, 21 January 2021
  • West African Vodunthe main source of religions with similar names found among the African diaspora in the Americas, such as Haitian Vodou; Louisiana Voodoo; Cuban Vodú;15 KB (1,941 words) – 06:59, 29 January 2021
  • Regions of the African UnionThe member states of the African Union are divided into five geographic regions of the African Union. The AU considers the African diaspora as its sixth7 KB (91 words) – 10:47, 26 January 2021
  • African and Black DiasporaAfrican and Black Diaspora is a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal covering African and Black studies, as well as research on the African diaspora2 KB (130 words) – 16:27, 12 December 2020
  • Music of Africaand other music. The music and dance of the African diaspora, formed to varying degrees on African musical traditions, include American music and many28 KB (3,255 words) – 17:30, 3 February 2021
  • Africanative or indigenous Africans and the African continent. The definition may also include the art of the African diasporas, such as African American, Caribbean138 KB (15,926 words) – 17:06, 3 February 2021

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