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29 Sep 2021

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World Benchmarking Alliance

Why benchmarking works: one company’s experience

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Listen to Andres Peñate, Global Vice President of Regulatory and Public Affairs at AB InBev speak about the company’s journey to improve its human rights practices and disclosures. Peñate explains how being benchmarked by our Corporate Human Rights Benchmark is helping the company in its quest to fulfil its responsibility to respect human rights, as set out by the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs).

These comments were made on 23 September 2020, at an online event we hosted in the context of the 2020 UNGA SDG Action Zone, titled ‘Corporate Transparency, Social Transformation and the SDGs’.