Reports and Publications

In the summer, 2015 edition of the Corporate Examiner, ICCR profiled HP, and how the company is responding to the emerging risks of migrant workers.
Features the following stories: Islamic Finance: An Opportunity for Interfaith Collaboration for Economic Justice          Invested in Change: Faith-Consistent Investing in a Climate-Challenged World             Climate Capital and the Power of Collaboration...
Bangladesh Investor Initiative gratified that brands and retailers acknowledge corporate responsibility to remediate human rights violations in global apparel supply chains.NEW YORK, NY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10th , 2015 – Members of the Bangladesh Investor...
An ICCR report exploring how unethical labor recruiting puts migrant workers at risk for human trafficking. (2015)
On January 23, 2015, the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) hosted a roundtable which convened stakeholders representing the private sector, government agencies, NGOs and the investor community for a discussion of corporate recruitment practices, specifically: how recruitment...
From Corporate Examiner, Vol. 38, No. 3 (2014).
ICCR proposes a number of proactive strategies for institutional investors looking to more aggressively address the threat of climate change. Decades before Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” sparked an international debate that pitted climate scientists against global warming skeptics, members of...
ICCR white paper, published April 2015.To learn more about how these violations occur, in September 2014, ICCR’s Associate Program Director for human rights, Valentina Gurney traveled to Thailand where she conducted in-person interviews with migrant  workers, labor brokers and representatives of...

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