Vital For Companies

Businesses must have mechanisms in place that not only reduce potential hazards, but also cover how to respond when they materialise.

The leading guidelines are the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs). Numerous business practices can be harmful to people, including underpaying employees, discrimination, unfavourable working conditions, and unethical supply chain practises. Each has the capacity to reduce the company's worth.

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We evaluate, monitor, and report performance.

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Notable human rights reports that stand alone or pertinent pieces of larger sustainability reports. ​

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We suggest best practices for the sector.

Human Right Features

We believe human rights is the first and foremost thing.

Undertake Human Rights

We consider human rights in everything we do.

Map Out Risks

Using a risk assessment, we identify opportunities and dangers associated to human rights. ​

Internal Monitoring

Create a way for internal monitoring that is appropriate. ​


What is the significance of the relationship between business and human rights?

Businesses that respect human rights show that they are dedicated to creating long-lasting, win-win partnerships with everyone who has an impact on or is influenced by their operations, including consumers, communities, employees, and investors.

In what ways are human rights upheld in the UK?

The Human Rights Act of 1998 safeguards human rights in Britain. This Act applies to everyone who is present in the UK for whatever reason, regardless of nationality or immigration status.

How do business circumstances relate to human rights?

The process through which a business determines when, where, and how it might have an influence on human rights and prioritises these implications for action is known as "human rights due diligence". It determines the best ways to reduce risks, monitors the success of its efforts, and updates stakeholders on its development.