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In today's interconnected world, finance has a major impact on the real economy and institutional investors exert significant influence over the companies they invest in. Sustainability efforts within companies are centered around reporting and data.
A growing number of investors view human rights information as relevant to their assessments and related decision-making. For example, The UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework is backed by a coalition of 88 investors representing US$5.3 trillion in assets under management.
To address the growing child labor challenge in the U.S., companies must grapple with what went wrong by taking a hard look at their supplier due diligence and management processes.
Investors are calling on the company to implement an annual assessment of child safety policies and practices. NEW YORK, NY, TUESDAY, MAY 30TH, 2023 — Tomorrow, Meta ($META) shareholders will have the opportunity to vote on a shareholder proposal asking the company to publish an annual report...
We strongly condemn the escalating violence and rapidly deteriorating human rights and humanitarian crisis in Sudan, which began on 15 April and continues at an alarming scale in dense population centres, including in Khartoum and Darfur. As organisations that work with companies and investors to...