Michael Posner, Founding Executive Director & President of Human Rights First, expresses his concern on the impact the proposed amnesty proposal regarding Northern Ireland, would have on relations between the UK and the US.
“Business schools are tasked with equipping the next generation of leaders with the skills they need to run thriving, innovative businesses that deliver value to society,” says NYU Stern professor Michael Posner, director of Stern’s Center for Business and Human Rights. “This will require that human rights considerations are integrated into every aspect of business education.”
Michael Posner, Director of the Center for Business & Human Rights, shares his opinion on the amnesty proposal put forward by the UK government and the reasons why they need to remain accountable for their military action in Northern Ireland during the last three decades.
After breaking the silence about racial injustice last summer, “I [many CEOs] “OK, I’ve done what I promised,” said Michael Posner, a professor at NYU Stern School of Business, but Georgia law and more than 300 similar bills in other states changed that calculation.
"Over the years, we've seen the toxic and damaging real-world effects of violent content run amok on social media, and now we've seen those consequences come home with the January 6 attack on the US Capitol," Michael Posner said. "The January 6 attack should—and must—inspire policymakers to reform our laws and policies relating to online content moderation, starting with Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. This is an ambitious agenda that will require bipartisan support."