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From WWD: In recentering those working in factories and on farms, what role do fiber and textile standards in the industry play? By Kaley Roshitsh on August 12, 2020 Investors who assume do-gooding in the distant apparel factories and farms within their portfolios of investments are waking up to...
Investors are being urged to take steps to identifiy, prevent and mitigate risks in portfolio companies to ensue they have no direct links to human rights abuses in China's Xinjiang region. Read the full article on Just-Style.
Abuses including widespread forced labor, mass surveillance and internment of Uyghurs in detention camps on the part of Chinese authorities create unacceptable risks for global brands. Amid mounting calls from civil society and human rights groups for brands to exit the Uyghur Region in Xinjiang...
The Alliance is seeking a Program Director to lead a ground-breaking initiative that works to promote both investor and corporate responsibility to respect human rights domestically and globally. The Program Director will work closely with ICCR’s CEO and Human Rights program team, as well as with a...
The Investor Alliance for Human Rights was launched as an initiative of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) in May 2018. In just two years, membership has grown to over 160 institutional investors from 18 countries, representing over US$4 trillion in assets under management. We...