2013 - 2017



"Opportunity in the Midst of Disaster," Heather Stephenson, Tufts Now, 19 Sep 2017

"Ethical investment is booming. But what is it?," The Economist, 21 Sep 2017

"Sarah Labowitz: Fighting for Human Rights," Lily Weinberg, New York Jewish Week, 25 May 2017

"How Migrant Workers Literally Pay To Build Architecture," Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan, Fast Company Design, 17 Apr 2017

"Millions of migrant Gulf workers forced to pay for right to work: report," Sebastien Malo, Reuters, 11 Apr 2017

"Study: Migrant Workers Exploited en Route to Arab Gulf," The New York Times, 11 Apr 2017

"How 'Responsible' Are Europe's Mega-Managers Investing $22.4 Trillion?" Dina Medland, Forbes, 12 Mar 2017

"Exxon Adviser Resigns Over Oil Giant’s ‘Targeted Attacks’ On NGOs," Chris D'Angelo, Huffington Post, 10 Feb 2017

"Member of ExxonMobil advisory panel sends scathing resignation letter," Sarah Lynch, CBS News, 9 Feb 2017

"Sarah Labowitz: Driving team goals in soccer and life," Amy Lynch, NCAA Magazine, 10 May 2016

"New NYU Stern Textbook to Advance Study of Business and Human Rights," Jeanette Brown, Clear Admit, 27 Apr 2016

Should Human Rights Be Part Of An MBA?" Nathan Allen, Poets & Quants, 11 Apr 2016

"The Untouchables: Why it’s getting harder to stop multinational corporations," Michael Hobbes, Foreign Policy, 11 Apr 2016

"Making Human Rights Her Business: Sarah Labowitz, Co-Director of the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights," NYU Alumni Connect, 15 Jan 2016

"NYU Stern Center Incorporates Human Rights in Business Education," MBA Today, 15 Jul 2015

"Stern Center Brings Human Rights into Business Education," Poets & Quants, Alison Damast, 17 Nov 2014


"Bangladesh suffers another garment factory fire," David Styles, Ecotextile News, 20 Sep 2017

"The international effort to fix Bangladesh’s deadly factories has a basic math problem," Marc Bain, Quartz, 5 Jul 2017​

"Garment Factories in Bangladesh Are Trying on Gender Equality for Size," M. Syambra Moitozo, Vice News, 25 Apr 2017

"'Press 1 for child labor': Garment workers use cellphones to report abuses," Rina Chandran, Reuters, 30 Sep 2016

"'Keep buying  clothes, we need these jobs': What's changed in Bangladesh since the 2013 Rana Plaza factory collapse," Laura Hensley, National Post, 6 Sep 2016

"Rising from the rubble: Three years ago today, the Rana Plaza garment factory in Bangladesh collapsed, killing 1,143 people. To this day, conditions have failed to improve," Fleur Britten, Times of London, 24 Apr 2016

"3 years after a devastating factory collapse, millions of garment workers remain at risk," Colleen Curry, New York Times Women in the World, 22 Apr 2016

"The problem in Bangladesh’s garment industry is three times bigger than anyone suspected," Marc Bain, Quartz, 18 Dec 2015​

"Mapped: Bangladesh Still Has a Garment Factory Problem," Siobhan O'Grady, Foreign Policy, 17 Dec 2015

"Are Factories in Bangladesh Any Safer Now? Not really. New research from New York University shows reform has been slow and incomplete." Gillian B. White, The Atlantic, 15 Dec 2015

"Two Years After Factory Collapse, Fashion's Front Line Still Hopes for Safety," Joseph Allchin, TakePart, 24 Apr 2015

"Ethical Sourcing Forum: Subcontracting More Prevalent Than Brands Believe," Tara Donaldson, Sourcing Journal, 27 Mar 2015

"Factory safety is improving in Bangladesh—but it still takes three months to get a new fire door," Jenni Avins, Atlantic Quartz, 24 Jul 2014

"Report: A Year After Bangladesh Disaster, Retailers Fail To Address Biggest Factory Risks," Clare O'Connor, Forbes, 24 Apr 2014

"A year later, Bangladesh’s garment factory disaster is still an open wound," Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post, 21 Apr 2014

"Battling for a Safer Bangladesh," Steven Greenhouse and Elizabeth A. Harris, New York Times, 21 Apr 2014


"Bangladesh, Where Apparel Is King: Fast Fashion," Channel One News (New York), April 25-28

Behind the Thread, Episode 60: Update from the International Labor Conference, Russell Jowell, 8 Jun 2016 

"3 Years Later, Bangladeshi Survivors Remember The Collapse Of Rana Plaza," NPR, Jim Zarroli, 24 Apr 2016

Behind the Thread, Episode 55: Data on Bangladesh factories, Russell Jowell, 11 Mar 2016

Ambassadors at Large Episode 5: Was my hoodie made with fair labor practices?, Joe Geni, 15 Oct 2015

The True Cost, directed by Andrew Morgan, Untold Creative Films, 15 May 2015

"Fashion," Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, HBO, 26 Apr 2015

"Most Bangladeshi garment workers are women, but their union leaders weren't. Until now." PRI's The World, Bruce Wallace, 16 Sep 2015


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