Do you know whether your company and business partners respect human rights? Do you have an appropriate human rights risk management process in place to anticipate and address human rights-related risks?

Do you know enough about the working conditions in your operations and in the companies you rely upon to conduct your business?

Do you know whether workers/ communities are harmed in the course of sourcing your raw materials?

Do you know how the products you sell could harm people?

Do you know which human rights-related laws apply to you and what they call for in practice?

Do you know what the expectations of your investors, customers and governmental counter-parts are when it comes to human rights risk management?

Do you understand when you may have a responsibility to provide remedy under the UN Guiding Principles?

Do you know how to improve relationships with your stakeholders to in turn strengthen your human rights approach?

Do you know how to communicate effectively on these topics?


Triponel Consulting works with companies to embed responsible business practices and human rights risk management throughout their business.


“Anna brought the whole senior management team along with her in this process of assessing and managing our human rights impacts. We gained a much deeper understanding of how our business connects to human rights, beyond our positive contributions, and emerged with strong human rights mitigation measures that build on our existing systems and processes. We regularly meet as a management team to discuss how we build on this human rights impact assessment work Anna helped us kick-start.”

Sandy Barblett, General Manager, Equatorial Palm Oil, Liberia

“Anna led a Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA) team, to conduct a study for a project for the company. Her leadership was essential to helping shape the process and resulting report to a very high standard. We strengthened our knowledge of stakeholder expectations and potential impacts with a specific focus on those that are more vulnerable to impact. We devised an action plan to strengthen how we manage our human rights impacts that builds on our ESIA work, views gathered from a range of functions and lessons learned in resettlement.”

Emmanuel Ato Aubynn, Regional Social Responsibility Manager, Newmont Goldcorp Africa Operations