Labcast 8 - 3/13/2014 - Investigative Journalism, Integrity, and a Little Insanity: Brooke Williams & Charles Lewis

Untold stories, distortion of truth, and the immediate and extraordinary need for global, collaborative investigative journalism. Brooke Williams, a journalism fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, interviews pioneer author and journalist Charles Lewis about his life’s work holding the powerful accountable, shedding light on institutional corruption and all the work yet to be done.

Labcast 6 - 2/21/2014 - Business & Human Rights: Jennifer E. Miller and John Ruggie

Dr. John Ruggie—one of the 25 most influential international relations scholars in the United States and Canada (according to Foreign Policy magazine), Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Harvard Law School professor, and the author of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights—talks with bioethicist and Edmond J. Safra Lab Fellow Dr. Jennifer E. Miller about his experiences drafting and implementing the UN Guiding Principles. These principles constitute the most comprehensive and authoritative global standard in the area of business and human rights, to date.