Sarah McGrath is the Director of International Engagement, Business and Human Rights at the Australian Human Rights Commission. At the Commission, Sarah is responsible for the leadership and management of multiple large-scale international human rights programs. She also oversees the Commission’s modern slavery strategy and projects. Sarah has extensive experience advancing human rights and corporate responsibility at national, regional and international levels and frequently facilitates engagement across civil society, government and the private sector.
Sarah returned to the Commission in July 2018 after spending nearly three years working at the forefront of business and human rights issues at the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR). At ICAR, Sarah oversaw a range of initiatives aimed at ensuring governments create and enforce rules over corporations that promote and protect human rights.