Positioning your organisation as an activist in social issues is a delicate process: it requires tact, patience, perseverance and – as these best cases prove – a healthy dose of innovation.
In 2016, the number of deaths of refugees and migrants crossing the Mediterranean hit an all-time high.
The coffee industry touches more people than almost any other industry across the world. Globally, people drink more than two billion cups every day.
The social licence to operate has been a central concept in the mining industry lexicon for the past two decades.
The International Trade Union Confederation is determined that no worker is left behind in the transition to a new economy.
The case for improving women’s access to C-level positions has never been stronger.
Growing up in Ghana in the midst of my country’s struggle for independence, I was part of a generation which believed that with inspired leadership change, even dramatic change, was possible. I witnessed it first-hand.
Despite steady progress over the last half-century, gender equality remains a foremost societal issue.
How to recruit and retain the brightest minds? Focus them on the ultimate mission of global sustainability. They get to speak authentically about their work and in doing so they build trust with their peers.