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REUTERS: In a statement to be released on Thursday, the New York-based Investor Alliance for Human Rights said companies must consider ending Russian business deals if they cannot avoid contributing to human rights harms.
As a network of investors engaging our portfolio companies on business and human rights concerns, we recognize the importance of strong national rule of law and adherence to internationally recognized human rights standards to foster peace and prosperity and to guarantee the exercise of democratic...
Today the European Commission released its long-awaited proposal for a directive on corporate sustainability due diligence. The Investor Alliance for Human Rights welcomed the proposal as an important step forward but cautioned that significant gaps remain relative to expectations laid out in...
Rolling out clean energy is clearly a critical part of global mitigation efforts, but there are rising concerns that some of these projects are failing to properly incorporate human rights. This could in turn put these businesses, and even the whole energy transition, at risk. Read more.
NEW YORK, NY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13TH, 2022 – In a statement organized by the Investor Alliance for Human Rights, 65 signatories representing over US$8.7 trillion (€7.6 trillion) in assets under management and advisement voiced support for rights-respecting internet regulation in the European Union...