Interview with Kohinoor Choudhury ESG-talks is a series of interviews with ESG professionals with diverse…
Corporate climate lobbying has rightfully received a lot of attention from investors and civil society. Yet corporate lobbying on the ‘S’ in ESG is equally very much a live issue. And it can lead to severe human rights impacts.
The EIRIS Foundation has responded to the ISSB’s request for feedback around its agenda and priorities.
The EIRIS Foundation are delighted to have picked up an exciting new project scoping for the best way to expand the ‘Lobby Map’ approach created by Influence Map to cover social issues.
EIRIS Conflict Risk Network Project Manager Philippe Bone shares his opinion on why companies should support peace processes in conflict areas.
The EIRIS Foundation submitted its response to the European Union Commission’s consultation on sustainable corporate governance, which is commonly referred to as the EU mandatory human rights due diligence.
Eli da Costa writes about our role in the CHRB and some of the challenges around human rights assessments.
The EIRIS Foundation has responded to the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights request for civil society input into their next ten-year plan.
Yael Rosenfeld reflects on CHRB and the need for mandatory human rights due diligence.