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We collaborate with companies, governments, civil society organization, investors and others around the world to put the Guiding Principles into practice.

Collaborations

Shift's Reporting Program

August 2016 | Partners: Mazars, Boston Common Asset Management, Clinique internationale de défense des droits humains de l’Université de Québec à Montréal, EY, Hermes Investment Management, Walden Asset Management

Through our reporting program we engage with companies, governments, investors and others about how reporting can be a driver of improved business respect for human rights.

Supporting Financial Institutions to Implement the Guiding Principles

August 2016 | Partners: individual export credit agencies, development finance institutions and private banks

Beyond their own responsibility to respect human rights, financial institutions can play a critical role in helping to set expectations for virtually every other industry sector.

Business and Human Rights in New Zealand

July 2016 | Partners: New Zealand Human Rights Commission; New Zealand Superannuation Fund

This educational and awareness series featured a week of discussions on business and human rights in New Zealand.

Independent Review and Recommendations for FIFA on Human Rights

December 2015 | Partners: Harvard Kennedy Schoool

Shift Chair John Ruggie conducted an independent review and issued recommendations for FIFA on human rights, with support from the Shift team.

Guidance for UK Company Directors on Human Rights

September 2015 | Partners: UK Equality and Human Rights Commission; UK Financial Reporting Council

This collaboration aims to improve UK-quoted company boards' and investors' understanding of the corporate responsibility to respect human rights.

Addressing Sector-Wide Risks Through Negotiated Covenants in the Netherlands

July 2015 | Partners: Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Social and Economic Council of the Netherlands

Shift is supporting the Dutch Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Economic Affairs as part of a process to engage leading Dutch business sectors in developing sector-based covenants to address “international CSR” risks.

Building the Capacity of OECD National Contact Points

October 2014 | Partners: Consensus Building Institute

Over a period of several years, Shift supported several National Contact Point systems to help them better fulfill their role as part of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.

Global Perspectives on the Responsibility to Respect

October 2014 | Partners: Oxfam, Global Compact Network Netherlands

This collaboration looks at how companies in emerging economies are implementing the Guiding Principles.

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