Where #BizHumanRights meet #sustainablefinance.
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#Humanrights is one of the top social issues for investment institutions. Money managers applied this criterion across $2.22 trillion and institutional investors across $1.45 trillion: https://t.co/OSKkkLNbYT #ESG #sustinv #USSIFtrends2018
— US SIF (@US_SIF) December 29, 2018
— FMO – Dutch development bank (@FMO_development) December 18, 2018
How can investors direct capital flows ethically if countries' human rights performance isn't measured?
— Human Rights Measurement Initiative (@rightsmetrics) December 11, 2018
Protecting and supporting human rights defenders who promote corporate accountability and who challenge corporate power is one of the top 10 issues for #bizhumanrights in 2019, say @ihrb and @josteinhk of @RaftoFoundation https://t.co/8slMiwXRnE #StandUp4HumanRights @IneichenM
— Phil Lynch (@PhilALynch) December 11, 2018
Bring yourself up to speed with the 2 proposals for mandatory #HRDD currently deliberated in #Switzerland. New @bhrjournal blog piece by @NBueno_UZH clarifies main differences. Swiss Council of States to vote in spring 2019. #bizhumanrights #mHRDD https://t.co/BvySdy5yhr
— Florian Wettstein (@bhrwettstein) December 10, 2018
In a sector with complex #supplychains and competition for low prices, workers are susceptible to exploitation. With an average score of 37/100, @KnowTheChain’s 2018 Apparel & Footwear benchmark finds limited company action to address #forcedlabor risks: https://t.co/0kZarUoNO6 pic.twitter.com/tOYC3HMeRq
— Business & Human Rights (@BHRRC) December 6, 2018
After votes in the Senate and House of Representatives last week, Australia has a Modern Slavery Act taking effect on Jan 1. Find out what this means for respecting human rights & ending exploitation in supply chains. #modernslavery #esg @conversationedu https://t.co/icL3avv69i
— RIAA (@RIAANews) December 2, 2018