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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.

Why Boards Must Impulse Just Corporate Transitions

Discussions at the Davos 2021 Summit made our global roadmap crystal clear: it’s prime time for a Great Reset. Boards are key to Just Corporate Transitions. Ksapa outlines a 4-step plan to convince companies to work at the interface of climate and societal issues.

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.

2021 is the year for supercharging business and finance sustainability.

Supercharging Business and Finance Sustainability in 2021

If 2020 was the year chips all fell into place, 2021 kickstarts action against the 2030 Global Agenda. Marred by a pandemic shock, the last 12 months exemplified the impacts of interwoven climate, social and digital crises.

Learning From a Momentous 2020

2020 is coming to an end. A momentous year, it warrants particular reflection. In open discussion with our customers and partners, we draw the following 3 key learnings

Rallying Behind Cross-Value Chain Energy Transitions

Energy transition needs massive funding. In discussion with stakeholders, Ksapa outlines in this article its solutions to address 3 key chokeholds companies face in activating energy transition projects – namely, the lack of time, competence and investment capacity

Manage Socio-Environmental Risks

3 Ways to Manage Cross-Supply Socio-Environmental Risks

In the face of growing cross-supply socio-environmental risks, Ksapa outlines a 3-part plan for businesses to better manage and mitigate them.

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.