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September 24, 2013
As the UN sets about establishing post-2015 development goals, we need new thinking and fresh commitments from across all sectors to develop—and meet—commitments related to global health.
September 18, 2013
Companies must consider human rights impacts as part of every consequential business decision. To help get us there, corporate human rights managers should keep three considerations in mind.
September 9, 2013
Dan Shannon, Strategy Director, Purpose
BSR Conference 2013 speaker Dan Shannon provides examples of how social media and other network-based technologies are changing citizen activism by making it more global, accessible, and decentralized.
September 4, 2013
Mary Robinson, President, Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice
BSR Conference 2013 plenary speaker Mary Robinson talks about the central importance of networks in addressing the impact of climate change on the world's poorest populations, and how looking at climate issues through a human lens makes a stronger, more urgent case for action by business and other leaders.
August 6, 2013
A recent BSR Paris event with speakers from the International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association, Total, and the International Institute for Environment and Development highlighted the need for practical strategies to integrate business and human rights.
July 29, 2013
Most global extractives companies no longer view stakeholder engagement as a "nice to have," but rather as a core part of their business-planning strategy and operations. What's needed to make these engagements effective?
July 11, 2013
To launch our new collaborative initiative, the Guiding Principles on Access to Healthcare, we hosted a webinar with representatives from many sectors in the healthcare industry. Here are three lessons about the principles that can help business tackle major sustainability issues—such as improving global health outcomes.
July 8, 2013
With the launch of the third version of the Equator Principles last month, the scope and scale of how banks manage environmental and social risks in financial activities has significantly increased. We share three points that particularly demonstrate the strength of the revised principles.