Denmark has highlighted the potential application for blockchain technology to be used in humanitarian aid, and is considering becoming the first donor country to move funds using cryptocurrencies.
In this issue of Sustainable Insight, KPMG aims to help executives understand and apply current good practice in identifying and managing human rights issues across the operations, supply chains and product portfolios of large multi-national corporations.More
Report from WWF, PAN UK, Solidaridad and Rank-a-brand ranks the worlds biggest textile companies on cotton responsible conduct.
Cotton is a key raw material for the textile industry. Various sustainability initiatives exist but many problems and challenges remain, and conventional cultivation often comes with serious environmental impacts and poor labour conditions. More
At the Open Forum on Shared Responsibility for Human Rights and Global Value chains in march 2016, CSR Europe launched its latest publication “Blueprint for Embedding Human Rights in Key Company Functions”.More
I marts 2016 lancerede Danwatch en afslørende rapport om uacceptable arbejdsforhold i verdens største kaffenation, Brasilien, der står for godt 32 procent af verdens samlede kaffeeksport.More
ICICI Bank managing director and CEO Chanda Kochhar talks about the future of women in India and how the company is seeking to ensure its female employees thrive.More
The guidance is intended to share initial thinking around how the provisions on transparency in supply chains in the Modern Slavery Act 2015 can be used to drive positive change and help prevent slavery and forced labour from occurring.More