Where #BizHumanRights meet #sustainablefinance.
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“It is impossible to finish the tasks on time unless we work during the night,” says one garment worker in Myanmar.
— ShareAction (@ShareAction) August 27, 2019
We urge the #EquatorPrinciples Association and all financial institutions to acknowledge their responsibility to respect the human rights of Indigenous Peoples. https://t.co/e5SAvjmELT #sustainablefinance #FPIC #ESG #SRI
— First Peoples Worldwide (@FirstPeoplesWW) August 27, 2019
💥After a year raising awareness w/ CalPERS' members & the Board abt the risks that #HumanRights & enviro abuses pose 2 a co's bottom line – & therefore the risks such investments pose 2 CalPERS' rate of return – CalPERS just released a new business plan #BizHumanRights #ESG #SRI pic.twitter.com/NpmL4nxY3K
— Emily Claire Goldman (@mle_goldman) August 26, 2019
@nsfmnextgen is hosting a dedicated modern slavery expert discussion with @AB_insights and @PRI_News on 3rd September 2019 in London. We are launching @ccla’s investor slavery coalition and provide an update on #financetacklingslavery
— Martina Macpherson (@MN_Macpherson) August 24, 2019
Today, @InvestForRights submitted #bizhumanrights recs to the #EquatorPrinciples review process on behalf of investors w. US$1.2 trillion AUM. View the submission & our other #banking & #finance efforts here: https://t.co/U796AHCHS9 #responsibleinvestment #sustainablefinance #EP4 pic.twitter.com/yQ1oMHyWwH
— Sara Blackwell (@sara__blackwell) August 23, 2019
OPINION | Policymakers discussing a ‘taxonomy’ for sustainable finance products at EU level argue that the proposal already includes human rights safeguards.
— EURACTIV (@EURACTIV) August 22, 2019
Now live: @BHRRC new blog series reflects on the July 2019 revision of the draft #BizHumanRights #BindingTreaty Does it address the concerns of the business and human rights movement? https://t.co/vK9q1dVbIo
— Irene Pietropaoli (@IPietropaoli) August 22, 2019
— Business & Human Rights (@BHRRC) August 22, 2019
— Business & Human Rights (@BHRRC) August 21, 2019
Human rights & social justice are intrinsically linked to the fight against the #climatecrisis. By 2030 poor countries will need to spend $140bn-300bn each year on adaptive measures to avoid #climate damages.https://t.co/cQOgJ3J4wC
— Mindy Lubber (@MindyLubber) August 19, 2019