Category Archives: Work Conditions

How Investors Can Conduct Robust Human Right Due Diligence?

Here’s a concrete toolbok developed for investors, especially in private equity, who need to conduct human right due diligence.

What Actions Should Businesses and Organizations Take to Advance Human Rights in Their Operations in 2024

Insights and suggestions on how to ensure business adopt a robust human rights lens in understanding, addressing and mitigating social issues

COP 28: pushing for a fair and low-carbon agriculture

In this blog, Ksapa discusses the key challenges in agriculture and learnings from the agricultural events held during COP 28

Are Forced Labor Import Bans Effective in Tackling Forced Labor in the Green Transition Supply Chains?

In this article, Ksapa elaborates on the the effectiveness of import bans that relate to forced labor in green transition supply chains.

Understanding the 2023 update of the OECD Guidelines on Responsible Business Conduct

At Ksapa, we have been extensively using and working with the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises on Responsible Business Conduct. Here’s an overview of its 2023 update.

Gender Perspective Applied in Agricultural Commodity Supply Chains

A gender perspective applied in agricultural commodity supply chains involves considering the roles, needs, and contributions of both men and women throughout the supply chain. It recognizes that gender inequalities and differences exist, and that they can significantly impact the agricultural sector and supply chain dynamics.

10 Principles to Design and Deploy Successful Programs Involving Smallholders to Mitigating the Environmental and Human Rights Challenges of Agricultural Commodity Supply Chains 

Including the smallholder farmers perspective in agricultural project is challenging for a variety of reasons. Here are 10 principles ensuring success we have learned across our programs and experiences at Ksapa.

Addressing Ethical Risks of AI Working on Business and Human Rights

Ksapa has been working extensively on human rights exploring how companies are embedding technologies across how they operate and deliver services. Here are some of our learnings to date to encourage the positive impacts while mitigating the risks.

Canadian Act on Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains: What You Need to Know

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.

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.