We help companies contribute to a more equitable and inclusive world
We've partnered with many of our clients over the long term as they transition from identifying impacts, to implementing sound risk management processes, to embarking on purpose-led, organisational renewal.
We partnered with BASF to conduct a comprehensive human rights gap analysis by reviewing their existing human rights due diligence mechanisms, key risk areas and training needs.
Philip Morris International (PMI) approached twentyfifty to develop the content for a business and human rights e-learning programme.
twentyfifty has been a long-standing partner of Mitsubishi Corporation International (Europe)'s CSR team, supporting due diligence implementation across the business since 2015.
twentyfifty partnered with DT in 2013 to advise on their human rights strategy and support their due diligence implementation across the business.
twentyfifty worked with the UN Global Compact’s Decent Work in Global Supply Chains Action Platform to develop a comprehensive open-source toolkit for businesses to use in their procurement practices.
We have worked with Mars since 2018 to support the deployment and continuous improvement of 'Supplier Advance' - an enhanced approach to supplier sustainability.
Japan Tobacco International (JTI) engaged twentyfifty to support implementation of its farm labour standard for its third party owned supply chain, then expanded the remit to include supply chain due diligence.
twentyfifty were engaged to develop a concept and roadmap for AIM-Progress’ new Centre of Excellence; a portal with guidance and tools to help members evolve their responsible sourcing approaches.
twentyfifty has been a long-standing partner of Merck, advising on its overarching human rights approach, supporting due diligence implementation and identifying ways to respond to social risk issues like AI.
twentyfifty has been working with the German government-run certification scheme Green Button for sustainably manufactured textiles to develop an exciting new set of due diligence requirements.
In 2019 twentyfifty worked with Mondelēz International to assess their Human Rights Due Diligence practices and develop a human rights work plan to further their ambition.