Ksapa reviews the implications of the EU Digital Services Act for Human Rights Due Diligence and outlines a way forward for organizations to embed data protection in Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence.
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In this article, Ksapa and Investisseurs and Partenaires discuss the implications of gender empowerment for the private sector, and how businesses and investors can embed a solid gender perspective as part of their impact strategies to better address the challenges of the gender empowerment.
The European Commission developed the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFRD) to resolutely gear investments towards sustainable investing. Here’s insight from Ksapa to embed human rights and manage related primary adverse risks.
Ksapa considers the importance of embedding a robust gender perspective in industrial project developments.
In this piece, Ksapa joins researchers Mary-Lee Rhodes and Linda Benrais from the Council on Business and Society to share perspectives on ongoing Human Rights due diligence efforts.
In Europe as elsewhere, corporate Duty of Care approaches are on the table and stand at varying degrees of implementation. Ksapa explains.
More than 50 countries now have a national action plan in place to support human rights due diligence. Ksapa looks back with experts on how to manage the various human rights requirements.
Ksapa collaborated with Schneider Electric to boost the Group’s risk assessment under the Duty of Vigilance
For the present article, Ksapa reached out to cross-supply chain social risk monitoring and management software experts at Ulula to outline 5 success factors for grievance mechanisms to effectively structure and secure responsible business policies.
In late 2019, before Covid19, ILO committed to see 2021 the Year to End Child Labor. Ksapa outlines how technology can power corporate impact against child labor with rapidity, scale and impact.