Tag Archives: Human Rights

Ksapa x CoBS: Shared Views on Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence Efforts

In this piece, Ksapa joins researchers Mary-Lee Rhodes and Linda Benrais from the Council on Business and Society to share perspectives on ongoing Human Rights due diligence efforts.

Options For When Brands Mix With Sticky Issues – Learning From Mica

Options For When Brands Mix With Sticky Issues – Learning From Mica

In this blog, Ksapa reviews the cosmetic industry’s glittery case of mica, a mineral with difficult traceably that is often mined using child labor.

Designing solutions for more resilient agricultural supply chains

Designing Solutions for Resilient Raw Materials Supply

Ksapa recently organized a webinar “Solutions For Resilient Raw Materials”. Key findings from this webinar are accessible in this blog.

Effective Strategies Towards Engaging Smallholders

When industrial companies want to work effectively with smallholders, designing an effective training and communication strategy is key. Selecting the right channel, or combination of channels can achieve the desired results at an acceptable cost. Ksapa is sharing tips based on its expertise and programs in this article.

Supporting Indonesian Rubber Plantation Farmers Working With Porsche and Michelin

Ksapa is working with Porsche and Michelin to design and deploy the first natural rubber project that encompasses the entirety of the supply chain: smallholder farmers and partners, a natural rubber processing company, a tire maker and a car maker.

The EU Green Deal Set to Mainstream Corporate Duty of Care

The EU Green Deal Set to Mainstream Corporate Duty of Care

In Europe as elsewhere, corporate Duty of Care approaches are on the table and stand at varying degrees of implementation. Ksapa explains.

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.

The EU Green Taxonomy: a Game-Changer For Business and Investors

The EU Taxonomy, a tool to help investors, companies, issuers and project promoters navigate the transition to a greener economy.

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