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Leading global brands and their suppliers are putting their weight behind efforts to address violence against women through workplace-based interventions.
This is why and how companies should drive gender equality in global supply chains.
Companies can address climate risk more effectively and efficiently if they put women at the heart of their climate resilience strategies.
This paper explores the connection between women’s empowerment and resilience to climate change and aims to drive corporate action to put women at the center of climate solutions.
New gender-sensitive auditing guidance provides recommendations, practical advice, and relevant examples on how to effectively integrate gender considerations into audits.
For meaningful progress toward the SDGs, we need actors across entire value chains to take collective action on the issues that threaten business growth and social development.
BSR partnered through HERproject with Evidence Project, Meridian Group International, Inc., and Bayer Pharmaceuticals to create printable health education materials for the workplace covering issues like voluntary family planning and menstrual hygiene.
We are proud to launch a new strategy for HERproject to double our impact and improve the well-being, confidence, and economic potential of women working in global supply chains.
BSR is proud to lead a major new initiative to develop a gender data framework for global supply chains.
Here's how multistakeholder initiatives and sustainability standards organizations can further invest in progress on gender issues.