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2 Jun 2020

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Bridging the Human Rights Gap in ESG

BSR and BHRRC have joined forces to publish a joint blog series exploring how the business and human rights framework can help bridge the gaps in current environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices among financial institutions and the companies they invest in.

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    How the financial sector can help accelerate access to remedy

    26 Apr 2022 Kees Gootjes, ABN AMRO

    Kees Gootjes, Business & Human Rights Advisor at ABN AMRO, outlines the leading role the financial sector could & should play to ensure effective access to remedy for those experiencing harm to their human rights harmed by business.

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    Bridging the Human Rights Gap in ESG

    21 Mar 2022 Paloma Munoz Quick, BSR, Christen Dobson, BHRRC

    ESG as a framework does not sufficiently capture harms to people or guide decisions that take human rights into account. Paloma Munoz Quick (BSR) & Christen Dobson (BHRRC) explore how the business & human rights framework can help close these gaps & increase opportunities in current ESG practice among financial actors.

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    Why ESG investing is bad for human rights - & what we can do about it

    21 Mar 2022 David Pred & Natalie Bugalski, Inclusive Development International

    Greenwashing has become a hallmark of the growing ESG investing industry and is bad news for the project to advance corporate respect for human rights. David Pred & Natalie Bugalski of Inclusive Development International explain how coordinated public demand for responsible investment should be harnessed to drive better corporate conduct.

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