Reports and Publications

Members of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), a coalition of nearly 300 faith-based and values-driven institutional investors representing $400 billion in assets under management, raise our profound concerns about the impact on immigrant communities, businesses, and investors...
This year’s guide presents the 266 ICCR member-sponsored resolutions filed for the 2018 proxy season, as of the end of January. You’ll find full texts of resolutions, and their lead- and co-filers. If you wish to learn more about the process of filing a resolution, we include a...
ICCR has published the Proxy Resolutions and Voting Guide annually since 1974. This year’s guide presents the 266 ICCR member-sponsored resolutions filed for the 2018 proxy season, as of the end of January. You’ll find full texts of resolutions, and their lead- and co-filers. For...
The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) in collaboration with the Farm Animal Investment Risk and Return (FAIRR) Initiative brought together restaurant and retail companies, meat producers, investors, trade associations, NGOs, and public health advocates on October 17, 2017 in New...
As we look back on the past 12 months, we at ICCR have much to be proud of. Through productive engagements with corporations this year we secured nearly 100 commitments on vital social and environmental issues, including policies that will address labor recruitment abuses in global supply chains,...
Shareholders achieved new corporate commitments on a range of ESG topics in 2017.This proxy season ICCR members filed 300 shareholder proposals at 177 companies on a wide range of topics, in an effort to promote improved corporate responsibility. So far, resolutions at ExxonMobil and Occidental...
In recent years, the international labor recruitment industry and its accompanying human rights risks have become a focal point of concern for companies with global supply chains. The purpose of this emerging Best Practice Guidance on Ethical Recruitment of  Migrant Workers is to highlight the...
In recent years, the international labor recruitment industry and its accompanying human rights risks have become a focal point of concern for companies with global supply chains. This Best Practice Guidance on Ethical Recruitment of  Migrant Workers highlights the progress...
What is a shareholder resolution? Who can file one? What are the restrictions on writing one? What does it take to get a resolution 'adopted' by a company? ICCR answers all these questions and more in our "Guide to Filing Shareholder Resolutions". Download your free copy here today.
The Guide outlines the proxy season and contextualizes the 283 resolutions that were filed by ICCR members, with a deeper dive on several key campaigns they are leading. Read the Executive Summary.

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