Common Standards on GBV for Public Companies

Creating standards and an investment framework that enables public investors to screen companies for potential operational upside and reputational risk related to gender-based violence.

Audience: Asset managers and public equity analysts
Type of violence: Workplace violence and domestic violence
Type of capital: Public equities
Investment approach: Public equities indices
 

Resources: Organizations, such as Futures Without Violence and FreeFrom are developing guidelines and best practices for workplaces, including the Workplaces Respond initiative.
 

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