Benchmarking

TUAC Roundtable: Review of the OECD Corporate Governance Principles and OECD Guidelines on the Corpo

24 June 2014

Presentation by Margaret Wachenfeld (Institute for Human Rights and Business) at the TUAC Roundtable "OECD Review of the Principles of Corporate Governance and the Guidelines on the Corporate Governance of SOEs -- What are the implications for the rights of stakeholders?" - 25 June 2014, OECD Conference centre.

Latest IHRB Publications

Eradicating Recruitment Fees is Crucial for Tackling Modern Slavery

Today, businesses, trade associations and organisations from around the world are coming together in Singapore for the 2018 Global Forum on Responsible Recruitment and Employment. They will discuss the importance of responsible recruitment of...

11 June 2018

Commentary by Kevin Hyland, UK Anti-Slavery Commissioner

Speaking Up - A Growing Advocacy Dimension to Corporate Leadership on Human Rights

Not so very long ago, human rights were primarily viewed by businesses as risks to their operations and reputations that needed effective management. 

Today, we see growing recognition that risks to people must be addressed alongside risks to the...

Which Companies are Serious About Human Rights?

We are beginning to know which companies are serious about human rights as the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark issues its first Progress Report one year on from last year’s pilot.

There is evidence that the ranking is motivating change with a...

17 May 2018

Commentary by John Morrison, Chief Executive, IHRB