How to operationalise stakeholder capitalism? Through human rights due diligence

Week of 23 November 2020 How to operationalise stakeholder capitalism? Through human rights due diligence Putting ‘stakeholder capitalism’ into practice is an ongoing challenge for companies, investors and civil society organisations, especially when diverse stakeholders hold different perspectives on how to define it and what it should look like. John Ruggie, Caroline Rees and Rachel … Continue reading How to operationalise stakeholder capitalism? Through human rights due diligence

Nailing down the details of the EU Green Deal: what is a ‘sustainable’ economic activity anyway?

Week of 23 November 2020 Nailing down the details of the EU Green Deal: what is a 'sustainable' economic activity anyway? The EU’s Green Deal is getting down to brass tacks: the European Commission has released the draft of its delegated legislative act to define the criteria for 'sustainable' economic activities called for under the … Continue reading Nailing down the details of the EU Green Deal: what is a ‘sustainable’ economic activity anyway?

It’s time for companies to put their money where their mouth is on racial inequality

Week of 23 November 2020 It’s time for companies to put their money where their mouth is on racial inequality To truly tackle entrenched racism and social inequality, it’s time for companies to move beyond basic diversity commitments towards more proactive, anti-racist approaches. B Lab’s latest handbook on Anti-Racism Business Resources emphasizes a few key … Continue reading It’s time for companies to put their money where their mouth is on racial inequality