The S-211 Canadian law aims to combat forced and child labor in the supply chains. Extra financial reporting on Forced and child labour prevention.
While the VPSHR were initially created to improve the management of the complex subject of safety in extractive business environments, they have proven to also be useful for a broad range of projects (large infrastructure, renewables, etc.). The VPSHR have proven to directly address human rights issues offering a useful tool guiding engagement with local stakeholders. Learn from Ksapa’s implementation of VPSHR to understand how the VPSHR helps to respect human rights in challenging environments.
Ksapa shares its experience of developing a gender action plan for a dam construction project in Africa. The concrete projects help to answer the following question: how can we advance the issue of women in the development of large infrastructures?
Ksapa invited 3 speakers to share their views on mainstreaming circular fibers in the textile industry. Here Ksapa identifies 5 systemic principles for the development of the circular economy in the textile industry – though also applicable to other sectors.
Effective Human Rights due diligence implies businesses operate in a more efficient and therefore targeted manner. Such an optimization process necessarily relies on transparent and ongoing stakeholder dialog.
Ksapa joined the World Circular Economy Forum led by Finland, the Netherlands and Canada, aimed at accelerating and amplifying the circular economy. Here are our highlights on the profound changes generated by Covid-19, that impact the very concept of circularity.