G20 governments have made commitments to strengthen compliance with fundamental principles and rights at work in global supply chains. As the 2017 Summit approaches bolder action is needed.
Six reasons why corporations like (and want) the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act even if they won’t admit it13/06/17 |
There are several reasons why multinationals not only have an interest in preserving the FCPA, but see its infrastructure as a benefit to business - even if they won’t say it.
Lessons learnt from the 2017 G7 Summit - why strong leadership will play a significant role in driving responsible business at the G20.
As members of the United Nations Working Group on business and human rights finish a 10-day visit to Canada, Karyn Keenan discusses what's next for corporate accountability in the country.
AIIB should strive to decarbonize energy supply system & demonstrate its leadership as a risk transformer24/05/17 |
Will AIIB's new energy sector strategy uphold it's "clean and green" mandate?
Broad consensus from civil society, labour, business & international organisations is driving policy commitment on sustainable supply chains.
Corporations are using defamation lawsuits to shut down their detractors—and the problem is only getting worse.
Industrial development at the expense of food security. Lessons from the Inter-American Development Bank's investments in Northeast Haiti.
One year on from the start of company reporting, a global modern slavery movement is building.
Interview with Anisa Kamadoli Costa, Chief Sustainability Officer at Tiffany & Co.: “In the absence of meaningful regulations and rule of law, business must increasingly take a leadership role around global challenges”03/05/17 |
Tiffany & Co., a leader in the luxury industry, recognizes the opportunity to influence culture and set the standards for excellence in the entire industry. An example of this was the action...