MB&HRMeasuring Business & Human Rights is a research project that aims to advance the capacity of business managers and corporate stakeholders to assess the extent to which companies meet their responsibility to respect human rights.
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- Claret Vargas – Measuring What Matters: A Key Challenge in Human Rights and Business June 21, 2016
- Francis West – Leadership and being first aren’t the same things: An assessment of the UK National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights June 3, 2016
- Margaret Jungk resigns from UN Working Group and emphasises need for stronger measurement in business and human rights March 8, 2016
- Isabella Stanbrook – Why is measurement an important theme for business and human rights in 2016? February 12, 2016
- Agathe Derain – Human rights and business: Could performance measurement be premature? February 1, 2016
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Nov 24 2015
UN FORUM SERIES – Human rights due diligence is redefining investment opportunities in frontier markets
This post was contributed by Anna Bulzomi, Senior Associate, Sustainability & Responsible Governance, at PwC. In 2015, a number of developments in the human rights space have created momentum around the departure of business as usual. Last month saw the official … Continue reading
Posted by: November 24, 2015
Nov 13 2015
UN FORUM SERIES – The UK Local Government Pension Scheme: Can pooled and passive funds adequately address human rights?
This post was contributed by Lara Blecher, Shareholder Engagement Executive with PIRC Ltd. Pensions and Investment Research Consultants (PIRC) has a number of local authority clients who manage their pension funds either directly or through an asset manager. Many of these … Continue reading
Posted by: November 13, 2015