July 2014 | Caroline Rees
Neither companies nor governments should fear that the treaty process in Geneva is a diversion from, or dilution of, what has been achieved in the last 10 years with the Guiding Principles.
July 2014 | Anna Triponel
The UK Financial Reporting Council's new guidance lays out expectations for companies on reporting on human rights.
April 2014 | Caroline Rees
The adoption of the EU law on non-financial reporting is a potentially pivotal moment for the advancement of responsible business conduct.
March 2014 | Filip Gregor
A critical look at the role of companies in society, and the concept of shareholder value.
November 2013 | John G. Ruggie
Shift Chair and Guiding Principles author John Ruggie reflects on the implications of the Guiding Principles for lawyers.
November 2013 | Shift, John G. Ruggie
In 2013, Shift submitted comments to the UK Financial Reporting Council regarding draft guidance for companies on compliance with the UK Companies Act.
October 2013 | Lloyd Lipsett
Can corporate avoidance of taxes also lead to human rights harms?
Shift and our Chair John Ruggie submit proposals to the Commission to enhance the alignment of the proposed Directive with the Guiding Principles.