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
Read Lisa Stonestreet’s view of the Charity Commission’s proposed responsible investment guidance changes.
The EIRIS Foundation is pleased to respond to the Charity Commission’s consultation on its Responsible Investment guidance
Which responsible investment solution represents the best value for a charity equally concerned with its financial future and a financial system that works for people and planet? The EIRIS Foundation has earmarked £1 million of capital that it is looking to invest in ways which align with its mission and work.
Recent court cases on corporate responsibility.
Hetal Jani considers the responsible investment policies of the largest UK charities.
EIRIS Conflict Risk Network Project Manager Philippe Bone shares his opinion on why companies should support peace processes in conflict areas.
Project Manager Mandy Reynolds outlines why financial providers need to do more to help individuals understand how their money is making a difference.
Eli da Costa writes about our role in the CHRB and some of the challenges around human rights assessments.