Communications & Reporting

BrandWatch – September 2016

Nadine Hawa, (Sep 23, 2016)

Oil firms 'failure', Coca-Cola hits water goal, GSK tops Change the World list and GM turns bottles into coats

Target Report Review: Target's year of hits and misses

Jana Holt, (Sep 22, 2016)

The US big-box retailer meets goals on US employee wellbeing but could do much better on human rights in the global supply chain

Deconstructing CSR: redrawing the triple bottom line

Oliver Balch, (Sep 21, 2016)

Oliver Balch tackles key topics in academic thinking and research on sustainability

Opinion: May is right – capitalism needs an overhaul

Jo Swinson, (Sep 21, 2016)

Responsible companies will be the winners in the post-Brexit era, argues Jo Swinson

EthicsWatch: Africa – Lonmin ‘has failed to learn lessons of the Marikana massacre’

Nadine Hawa, (Sep 21, 2016)

Four years after 34 South African mine workers were shot dead while protesting living conditions, Amnesty International finds little has improved

Engaging key stakeholder groups is biggest CSR reporting issue for 2017

Liam Dowd, (Sep 20, 2016)

Just over 50% of 948 business professionals working in CSR, reporting or communications stated engaging key stakeholder groups is the number one issue in the coming 12 months.

#worldwaterday NGO Voices - ‘Corporates are critical to bringing water and sanitation to all’

Barbara Frost, (Sep 20, 2016)

Leading firms have gone from asking why Global Goal 6 matters to offering their help, says WaterAid’s boss Barbara Frost. We need more to take the plunge

PolicyWatch – September 2016

Stephen Gardner, (Sep 19, 2016)

Tracking conflict minerals, action on microbeads, Cuba's drive for renewables and Thai trafficker's 35-year sentence

Opinion: More than one bad Apple in the global corporation tax morass

Peter Knight, (Sep 15, 2016)

Peter Knight argues that countries have a moral duty to make a fairer system for all

4 CR reporting and communication trends for 2017

Liam Dowd, (Sep 5, 2016)

Exclusive insight from the Ethical Corporation State of CR Reporting and Communications whitepaper

HP 2015 Sustainability Report Review: HP earns respect but not many plaudits

Elaine Cohen, (Aug 18, 2016)

In HP's last report as one company, employees are important but not material, surprising for a company with 50,000 workers and whose innovation depends on their creativity

NGOWatch – August 2016

Nadine Hawa, (Aug 17, 2016)

Human rights warning to banks, Amnesty's Myanmar anger, forced labour fears in Venezuela and rich countries lagging on SDGs

Cheat sheet: Corporate responsibility cheat sheet – August 2016

Oliver Balch, (Aug 17, 2016)

Millennial pay gap, ethical investment in Oz, numbers add up for women and young have most energy

Big data in CSR reporting: From box ticking to a real-time window on the shop floor

Nadine Hawa, (Jul 25, 2016)

The vast amounts of data now available means the traditional sustainability report is fast losing relevance

The Lego Group Responsibility 2015 Report Review: Lego’s reporting built on shaky foundations

Peter Knight, (Jul 25, 2016)

The Danish toymaker’s failure to acknowledge the Shell and Ai WeiWei controversies raise questions over what else it is hiding

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