The Sharm el-Sheikh climate conference produced what we anticipated in our pre-event newsletter: a combination of frustration with the climate emergency, and a sense of an event that has become obsolete in its current format. The conclusions confirm three lessons for companies and investors.
Human Rights is an important topic that is connected to the global environmental agenda. Anyone practicing in the sustainability and impact sector must have a clear understanding of the global issues of human rights. In this context, Ksapa organized a webinar on Using Effective Human Rights Due Diligence to Streamline Compliance Efforts, and this blog outlines the key takeaways.
The link between climate, development and infrastructure is unalterable and firmly anchored in the 2030 Global Goals Agenda. Factoring pertinent climate trajectories and embedding human rights remain critical challenges. Ksapa’s operational experience with various donors, project owners and project managers across a wide range of markets leads to several lessons shared in this article.
On the occasion of the publication of our latest mission report, we look back at our journey from Ksapa’s adoption of the quality of ‘mission company’ to the publication of this report.
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.
KSAPA recently hosted a dinner with decision makers and practitioners from the corporate and the not for profit sectors to get together and explore challenges, insights and solutions impacting the delivery of the SDGs across global, smallholder-empowered agricultural value chains.
On June 8, over a hundred of our clients, partners and friends based in Paris were invited to a small cocktail party in the magical setting offered by the Musée de la Vie Romantique. Here is a brief of the event for our friends at large to share in on the fun.