Reports and Publications

This guide presents ICCR member-sponsored resolutions — both as lead- and co-filer — for 2021 corporate proxies, as of February 21, 2021. See a snapshot of early trends here.
There is a human rights crisis in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China, known to local people as East Turkestan (Uyghur Region). Since 2017, the Chinese government has placed an estimated 1.8 million predominantly Turkic and Muslim-majority peoples, including Uyghurs, Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, and Hui...
As the murder of George Floyd and other documented incidents of police brutality against Black communities catalyzed the unprecedented Black Lives Matter protests, public, company and investor focus on issues of racial justice has increased. These concerns elevated the importance of an array of...
We have faced many obstacles and headwinds over the last several years: the systematic dismantling of environmental, labor and financial regulations that have left workers and communities more vulnerable to the climate crisis and COVID; capricious executive orders and misguided regulatory policies...
Over the next five years, we must begin to set the stage for ICCR’s next 50 years of advocacy with the knowledge that the world’s greatest challenges ― the climate crisis, income inequality, access to health care, among many others ― cannot wait another 50 years to be resolved. The global COVID-19...
Last year, ICCR's project the Investor Alliance published a human rights risk briefing for investors on Palantir Technologies, Inc. (Palantir), a privately-owned U.S. software company that provides big data analytics to government agencies and private companies in the United States and...
The filing of shareholder proposals for inclusion on annual corporate proxy statements is an important tool investors can employ to catalyze change on environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns. Shareholder proposals help raise awareness among the board, management, other shareholders, and...
Due to their climate and health impacts, methane emissions have drawn increasing scrutiny from the public, environmental and health groups, and global policymakers. Unfortunately, a dearth of accurate emissions disclosure, conflicting policy stances and variable operational quality of methane...
 ICCR's project the Investor Alliance for Human Rights has published a new Investor Toolkit on Human Rights (with Executive Summary) for asset owners and managers to address risks to people posed by their investments. This comes in the midst of the current international COVID-19 crisis, where...
On December 10, 2019, the Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility [ICCR] and the Initiative for Responsible Investment at Harvard Kennedy School [IRI] hosted a convening that brought together faith- and values-based investors, investor-owned utilities, labor unions, issue area experts and...

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