Category Archives: Human Rights

Legally-Binding Instruments Lends Teeth to Human Rights Due Diligence

Legally-Binding Instruments Lend Teeth to Human Rights Due Diligence

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.

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SUTTI, a Training Initiative to (Re)connect the Entire Value Chain

Ksapa presents its Scale-Up, Training, Traceability and Impact initiative for the resilience of smallholders and agricultural value chains.

Shoring up corporate risk assessment under the duty of vigilance law

Strengthening the Schneider Electric Risk Assessment Under The Duty Of Vigilance

Ksapa collaborated with Schneider Electric to boost the Group’s risk assessment under the Duty of Vigilance

Grievance Mechanisms Spur Responsible Business

Grievance Mechanisms Spur Responsible Business

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.

Stakeholders Are Key Players In Human Rights Due Diligence

Stakeholders’ Role in Human Rights Due Diligence

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.

Technology to Scale Corporate Impact on Child Labor

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.

Prioritizing ESG Issues Across Complex Supply Chains

Ksapa looks into Supply Chain ESG Prioritization, Covid-19 impacts and solutions to better strategize engagement and sourcing activities.

Human Rights: 3 Key Principles for Managing Contrary Injunctions

In a volatile context where businesses and investors primarily focus on recovering from the Covid crisis, they must also change their methods to better manage their Human Rights risks regardless of these seemingly contrary injunctions.

Investors at the forefront of Human Rights Due Diligence

The PRI issued new recommendations to encourage investors to mainstream Human Rights due diligence. In this blog, Ksapa outlines a multi-year plan for investors to step up to the plate.