What style of leadership is needed to navigate today’s human rights and sustainability challenges? Nick Mayhew and Zoe Croom reflect on the shifts they are seeing.
Here are our three key takeaways to help companies take their next steps.
The revision to the Code of Obligations and related Ordinance, "Gesetzesbestimmungen für einen besseren Schutz von Mensch und Umwelt" came into force in Switzerland in January.
This Human Rights Day, we reflect on how we are contributing to a fairer and more inclusive world and enabling others to act.
The link between climate change and human rights is indisputable but it’s also complex. Listening and responding to rightsholders is key.
We have invested in refreshing our website and brand identity, and feel excited about the powerful contribution we can make.
In this open-access collection, twentyfifty and more than thirty other frontline contributors provide their insights.
I believe the best way that businesses can contribute is by seeing climate change for what it is, a matter of human rights.
Over the past two decades, multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) have become a central governance mechanism in the global economy.
Partnering with the German Global Compact Network, twentyfifty developed a guidance on human rights-focused grievance mechanisms in English and German.
On International Women’s Day 2018, twentyfifty, in cooperation with Global Compact Network Germany and UN Women Nationales Komitee Deutschland e.V., launched the English language version of our popular publication on women’s empowerment in global supply chains.