More articles and reports on CSR from 2017

“Report of the gender based violence platform and international expert-group meeting,” Mondiaal FNU, October 2017

“The Occupational Health and Safety Professional Capability Framework; A global framework for practice” and the “Singapore Accord,” INSHPO, September 2017

“The Need for Standardized Sustainability Reporting Practices; Issues relating corporate disclosure of information on occupational health & safety performance,” Center for Safety and Health Sustainability, August 2017

“Removing Barriers to Justice; How a treaty on business and human rights could improve access to remedy for victims,” Daniel Blackburn, commissioned by eight European non-governmental organizations, August 2017

“The problem with Corporate Social Responsibility,” Jennifer Gordon, Fordham University School of Law, July 11, 2017

“Purchasing practices and working conditions in global supply chains: Global survey results,” International Labor Organization, INWORK Issue Brief No. 10, June 2017

“Follow The Thread; The need for supply chain transparency in the garment and footwear industry,” April 2017
“Saving the world, one meaningless buzzword at a time; How corporations, activists and politicians turned the language of human rights into meaningless babble,” Michael Hobbes, Foreign Policy, March 2017
“Multinationals as global institutions: Power, authority and relative autonomy,” John Gerard Ruggie, Regulation & Governance, February 2017

“Liability of Social Auditors in the Textile Industry,” Carolijn Terwindt and Miriam Saage-Maass, Euorpean Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, December 2016