Not-to-be-missed tweeted news on #BizHumanRights issues mostly in a #sustainablefinance perspective.
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$4.5trn of investors call out corporates on human rights | Pension funds and asset managers shine spotlight on 95 low-scoring companies, describing "shoddy set of circumstances" @InvestForRights @RankBHR #bizhumanrights https://t.co/eiLh7c3Rim
— Heartland Initiative (@heartlandorg) March 23, 2020
Our research on 1000 European companies provides detailed facts on the current corporate disclosures of policies, risks and impacts regarding #humanrights.
Full Research Report: https://t.co/8AfhWJqGQM or access the database to filter results per sector https://t.co/51IfYKa3Ep
— Alliance for Corporate Transparency Project (@EUCorpReporting) March 18, 2020
Of the largest 500 corporations, 33 are led by women. On #InternationalWomensDay, IHRB’s @saliltripathi reflected on the biases – conscious and unconscious – that create gender barriers, blinkered thinking, and bad results. ➡️ https://t.co/JBvR0qAE90 #bizhumanrights #IWD2020 pic.twitter.com/TQzwuXHzZN
— IHRB (@ihrb) March 9, 2020
looking at performance by topic: #HumanRights in 3rd place #webinar #esg #assetmanager #BizHumanRights @AllaKos_Dev @TaraVanHo @rmack @FelWeber @mlle_langlois @CathrineBPH @ChiaraMacchi7 @marcofasciglion @liviosarandrea @shiftproject @InvestForRights @FinComSlavery pic.twitter.com/Bj4yzI40wm
— Sri Event (@SriEvent) March 9, 2020
some recommendations for investors as well as for data providers #webinar #SocialLicence #NGOs #BizHumanRights #engagement #dialogue #civilsociety #SDGs @InvestForRights @SASB pic.twitter.com/hHGoUqzsPi
— Sri Event (@SriEvent) March 5, 2020
NEWS: The SEC requests comments on whether to require #ESG funds to prove they live up to their #sustainability claims. #InvestorAccountability https://t.co/Q2aOImqHQQ
— InvestForRights (@InvestForRights) March 3, 2020
@NYUStern Center for Business & Human Rights Director @mikehposner speaks with @nytimes about the future of garment industry labor and safety conditions in #Bangladesh. #bizhumanrights https://t.co/MT9d9W2ghd
— NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights (@NYUSternBHR) March 2, 2020
ICYMI – last week the French administration gave its report on the evaluation of the Duty of Vigilance Law with a set of 5 recommendations #bizhumanrights #devoirdevigilance https://t.co/O6ZPiSAd10
— Benjamin Michel (@BenjoMich) March 2, 2020
#VigilanceClimatique 📣 @NotreAffaire interpelle 2⃣5⃣ multinationales suite à son rapport comparatif identifiant leurs nombreuses défaillances ⚖️ ❌
Demandons de la transparence, instaurons un cadre juridique contraignant, mettons fin à l’impunité !
👉 https://t.co/YRpnBqk9V5 pic.twitter.com/wDWwaYgUGk
— Notre Affaire à Tous (@NotreAffaire) March 2, 2020