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Despite the importance of Italy in luxury supply chains and the high prevalence of women in the workforce, little is known about gender inequalities faced by women working behind the prized “Made in Italy” label. Kering and its family of Italian brands—Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Kering Eyewear, and Pomellato—partnered with BSR to understand the status of women working in their Italian luxury supply chain and identify opportunities to support gender equality in the country.
For four years, BSR has worked with Stora Enso, a leading forest products company based in Finland, to support the company’s human rights journey.
The Coca-Cola Company partnered with BSR to examine what climate risk and resilience might mean for its value chain.
In 2012, BSR brought tech leaders together to form the Future of Internet Power, a collaborative initiative working toward a shared vision: an internet powered by 100 percent renewable energy.
Through its work with BSR and participation in BSR’s HERproject, ANN was able to set—and achieve—its commitment to empower 100,000 women in its global supply chain community between 2012 and 2018.
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) recently pursued collective action in Argentina, which resulted in the successful adoption of a new regulatory framework for shipping that reduces corruption risks for the industry and elevates the country’s culture of integrity.
BSR helped the telecommunications firm Telia Company integrate human rights into business decision-making in two ways: Human Rights Impact Assessments (HRIAs) in six Eurasian markets where the company is exiting and HRIAs in two European markets where the company continues to invest.
This case study was developed by Win-Win Strategies in support of the Investing in Women initiative, a collaboration platform providing companies with opportunities to share, learn, and design effective approaches to women’s empowerment.
This case study, published by BSR’s Center for Technology and Sustainability, examines the the net positive impact of ICT in online education, using as the case study Arizona State University’s current ASU Online education program for undergraduate degrees.