Category Archives: Grievance Mechanisms

What to Expect from the Norwegian Transparency Act

The Norway’s Transparency act is pursuing three purposes. Understand its application and implications for corporations in this article.

What Does it Mean for Investors to “Do No Significant Harm” When Investing?

Ksapa is leading a working group of 12 international investment funds and investment companies to strengthen their consideration of human rights issues. An opportunity to come back and clarify the EU’s DNSH principle. Demonstrating that investments “do no significant harm” is a cornerstone of the EU’s sustainable finance framework. Learn in practice how to apply this principle in this article.

Framing Business Priorities for Human Rights in 2023

This article highlights how human rights have become an integral part of the discussion amongst policymakers and business leaders and how 2023 is a turning point.  

Many factors are driving businesses towards implementing human rights policies and holding them accountable by making such commitments public. These developments will not be without litigation and financial and reputational consequences.

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.