Not-to-be-missed tweeted news on #BizHumanRights issues mostly in a #sustainablefinance perspective.
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#Entreprise | 25% des entreprises que les ONG @Asso_Sherpa et @ccfd_tsolidaire estiment concernées par la loi sur le #devoirdevigilance ne publient pas de plan de cartographie et de prévention des risques https://t.co/YNz0Oo7WtU
— Novethic (@Novethic) June 29, 2020
OUT NOW: Renewable Energy & Human Rights Benchmark assesses 16 of the biggest renewable energy companies.
Nearly half of them scored below 10%.
— Business & Human Rights (@BHRRC) June 29, 2020
— Business & Human Rights (@BHRRC) June 16, 2020
#bizhumanrights: what to expect from a #EU directive on mandatory #HumanRights due diligence by 2021?
👉 Getting serious for every #business and #investor
👉 Have a look here: https://t.co/UezXb3SKOO#supplychain #Leadership #RSE #CSR #SDGs #procurement #ESG #DevoirdeVigilance pic.twitter.com/zMMT8Kvdd1
— Farid Baddache (@FBaddache) June 16, 2020
Latest benchmark by @KnowTheChain finds that workers making the tech we rely on are at great risk of #ForcedLabour. Shockingly, all 49 companies assessed score 0 on ensuring supply chain workers’ right to organize and bargain collectively. Urgent need to put policy into practice. https://t.co/ipwW1bUj5a
— Workforce Disclosure Initiative (@WDIwork) June 15, 2020
🚨 Results are in from @Google's AGM. Nearly half of the company's independent shareholders voted in support of calls for stronger #HumanRights oversight at the board level. Read about it 👉 https://t.co/NKflh2fWpY #bizhumanrights pic.twitter.com/uMQRfVIOpr
— InvestForRights (@InvestForRights) June 8, 2020