The anti-corruption and business and human rights agendas are closely interconnected, with corruption-related human rights abuses occurring in particular in public procurement and concessions, land acquisition, health and pharmaceutical supply chains and the extractive sector. Companies can leverage anti-corruption compliance to embed consideration of risks to people into core business processes (UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights)

Week of 20 July 2020 The anti-corruption and business and human rights agendas are closely interconnected, with corruption-related human rights abuses occurring in particular in public procurement and concessions, land acquisition, health and pharmaceutical supply chains and the extractive sector. Companies can leverage anti-corruption compliance to embed consideration of risks to people into core business … Continue reading The anti-corruption and business and human rights agendas are closely interconnected, with corruption-related human rights abuses occurring in particular in public procurement and concessions, land acquisition, health and pharmaceutical supply chains and the extractive sector. Companies can leverage anti-corruption compliance to embed consideration of risks to people into core business processes (UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights)

The global pandemic brings an opportunity for food retailers to recognize workers’ and farmers’ true value. A “transformative change” would include designing meaningful metrics, enabling senior ownership, incentivizing suppliers, training purchasing and supply chain management to become champions of human rights due diligence, pushing investors to take a long-term stakeholder value approach and engaging in advocacy with governments (Oxfam)

Week of 20 July 2020 The global pandemic brings an opportunity for food retailers to recognize workers’ and farmers’ true value. A “transformative change” would include designing meaningful metrics, enabling senior ownership, incentivizing suppliers, training purchasing and supply chain management to become champions of human rights due diligence, pushing investors to take a long-term stakeholder … Continue reading The global pandemic brings an opportunity for food retailers to recognize workers’ and farmers’ true value. A “transformative change” would include designing meaningful metrics, enabling senior ownership, incentivizing suppliers, training purchasing and supply chain management to become champions of human rights due diligence, pushing investors to take a long-term stakeholder value approach and engaging in advocacy with governments (Oxfam)

A review of 40 standard-setting multi-stakeholder initiatives shows that such initiatives can play the role of bringing stakeholders together to influence norms and laws, but are failing to strengthen corporate accountability, transparency and access to remedy for human rights impacts (MSI Integrity)

Week of 20 July 2020 A review of 40 standard-setting multi-stakeholder initiatives shows that such initiatives can play the role of bringing stakeholders together to influence norms and laws, but are failing to strengthen corporate accountability, transparency and access to remedy for human rights impacts (MSI Integrity) The Institute for Multi-Stakeholder Initiative Integrity (MSI Integrity) … Continue reading A review of 40 standard-setting multi-stakeholder initiatives shows that such initiatives can play the role of bringing stakeholders together to influence norms and laws, but are failing to strengthen corporate accountability, transparency and access to remedy for human rights impacts (MSI Integrity)