Entreprises et droits de l’Homme

Le programme “Entreprises et droits de l’homme” se concentre sur les questions relatives aux droits de l’homme qui concernent les entreprises opérant dans notre région de référence, et englobe notamment les questions environnementales, sociales et de gouvernance (ESG) et la responsabilité sociale des entreprises (RSE). Il met l’accent sur les initiatives réglementaires et non réglementaires existantes visant à garantir une conduite responsable des affaires, tout en s’appuyant sur notre expertise dans la région pour soutenir les efforts émergents visant à garantir le respect des droits de l’homme par les entreprises ainsi qu’un commerce responsable et durable.

Actualités - Entreprises et droits de l'homme

IPIS Event: Congolese cobalt, EU regulations, and direct investment

On the 30th of November, IPIS hosted its annual panel discussion, this time on current challenges facing the cobalt sector in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and the potential impact of European Union (EU) regulations to improve these. Moderated by Lotte Hoex, the

G7 targets Russian diamonds – Q&A

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which began on February 24, 2022, has led to an unprecedented proliferation of economic sanctions designed to hit Russia’s economy and drain the resources of the Russian war chest. Among these are efforts to ban Russian diamonds from Western markets. Early

Joint statement on conflict & due diligence legislation

The forthcoming EU due diligence Directive is lacking in its provisions for companies that are active in conflict affected areas and should be amended to align better with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Together with 50+ signatories, IPIS calls for a