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The world’s first comprehensive guidance for companies
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Public Consultation Period on Assurance Guidance

13 September 2016 — The public consultation period on the UNGP Reporting Framework’s assurance guidance is now open. Feedback is welcome until 31 October 2016. | Learn more about the assurance guidance and download the consultation drafts

Reporting Insights & Trends: Are Companies Making the Commitment to Respect Human Rights?

While an increasing number of companies have a policy commitment to respect human rights, the quality of those commitments varies widely. In this article, the first in a series, UNGP Reporting Database manager Michelle Langlois analyzes trends in companies’ reporting as shown in the Reporting Database, and offers examples and tips for better policies.

Banking and Financial Services Sector now in Reporting Database

22 September 2016 — The nine largest banking and financial services companies in the world by the FT500 are now in the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Database. The companies include Bank of America, Citigroup, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, HSBC, Industrial and Commercial, Bank of China, Lloyds Banking Group, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Wells Fargo and Westpac Banking. | Jump to companies’ disclosure in the Database

Early adopters

Unilever
Ericsson
H&M
Nestlé
Newmont
ABN AMRO