twentyfifty regularly contributes to webinars on mandatory human rights due diligence regulation. Join us for an upcoming event or watch the recording of a past event.
Today we are pleased to partner with @AIM-Progress as they launch their new “Grievance Mechanism Maturity Framework & Guidance”.
On behalf of the German Global Compact Network, twentyfifty are conducting an innovative training programme from May to November 2022.
twentyfifty will be conducting a webinar for SMEs on behalf of the German Global Compact Network on 5 April 2022.
How we are supporting our colleague in Ukraine, the families of employees who are directly affected, and our local community in Frome.
What style of leadership is needed to navigate today’s human rights and sustainability challenges?
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.
twentyfifty discusses the implications of the German Supply Chain Act for global supply chains in a webinar with 60 Ukrainian businesses.
We are delighted to be recognised by the Financial Times as one of the UK’s leading management consultancies for sustainability for a third year.
We're excited to announce our next Human Rights Due Diligence flagship training programme, which begins on the 3rd of March 2022.
We’ve developed guidance for business leaders to raise awareness and understanding of the root causes of child labour.
This Human Rights Day, we reflect on how we are contributing to a fairer and more inclusive world and enabling others to act.
The German Supply Chain Act raises the bar on mandatory corporate due diligence. Here’s how we support companies in their implementation...
We are pleased to have partnered with the German Global Compact Network to produce the first paper in their new Insights Series.
The link between climate change and human rights is indisputable but it’s also complex. Listening and responding to rightsholders is key.
Ten pioneering global companies share top tips for implementing human rights due diligence
We have invested in refreshing our website and brand identity, and feel excited about the powerful contribution we can make.
Great news! Our next Human Rights Due Diligence flagship training programme begins on October 4th.
We are delighted to be recognised as a leading UK management consultancy in the sustainability category for a second year running.
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.
Publication on women’s empowerment in global supply chains launched In partnership with Global Compact Network Germany and UN Women Nationales Komitee Deutschland e.V.