The 2nd edition of the only Renewable Energy and Human Rights Benchmark has been launched today by the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC). The EIRIS Foundation is pleased to have partnered with the Centre in its data collection and review process of the benchmark this year.
A group of 6 leading organisations working with investors on social justice have issued a joint statement on the EU Social Taxonomy.
This webinar, intended primarily for an investor-audience, brings together corporate and investor responsibility experts to explore how investors can make conflict risk in Burma/Myanmar part of their ESG integration, engagement and investment decisions in response to the recent coup and the ongoing Rohingya crisis.
EIRIS Conflict Risk Network (EIRIS CRN) has published a list of more than 125 companies currently operating in the country which is now controlled by a military regime
Five students from the University of Exeter’s MA Conflict, Security, and Development program started an academic work placement with EIRIS Foundation in April
Recent court cases on corporate responsibility.
EIRIS Conflict Risk Network Project Manager Philippe Bone shares his opinion on why companies should support peace processes in conflict areas.
Eli da Costa writes about our role in the CHRB and some of the challenges around human rights assessments.
Yael Rosenfeld reflects on CHRB and the need for mandatory human rights due diligence.
Some more information about our submission to the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights with regards to business related human rights abuses in conflict-affected areas.