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29 Sep 2021

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World Benchmarking Alliance

Ensuring corporate respect for human rights: A benchmarking approach

This paper articulates our strategy to assess and incentivise companies to respect the rights of all people. It outlines our theory of change and benchmarking approach, builds on lessons learned from previous iterations of the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark, presents examples of impact, and outlines calls to actions for all stakeholders to help accelerate change.

When we talk about business, it is easy to forget that we are really talking about people. Companies are collections of people, whose decisions and actions impact other people: employees and their families, surrounding communities, workers in companies’ value chains, and the customers who buy their products and services. It therefore seems only right for companies to put people at the heart of what they do – and for the World Benchmarking Alliance to put people at the heart of its corporate benchmarks...

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