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Current financial and management accounting methods do not capture value to business or society that comes from businesses respecting for human rights. This area of work explores what changes are needed in our accounting logic and methods to address this gap.

 

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Expert Roundtable on Business, Human Rights and Accounting: A Summary Report

This document is a summary of the expert roundtable discussion on business, human rights and accounting that took place on April 24, 2019, in collaboration with Manchester Business School, St Andrew’s University, and hosted by the Institute for Chartered Accountants of England and Wales.

Expert Roundtable on Business, Human Rights and Accounting: A Summary Report

Accounting for Companies' Human Rights Performance

In this discussion paper, we propose that a fundamental paradigm shift is needed in the field of accounting in order to incorporate the societal need for, and value from, business conduct that respects human rights.

Accounting for Companies' Human Rights Performance

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