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To help mobilise the investor response, we have published a number of blogs on the topic, as well as a bulletin on how responsible investors should respond to the pandemic. We also set up two engagement groups on the long and short-term implications of the virus so that investors could help shape and support PRI signatory action.
Now is the time for decisive, collective action. It’s time to demonstrate that the global financial sector can respond to the immediate crisis while shaping a recovery that prioritises social and environmental outcomes, laying the foundations for a more stakeholder-driven and sustainable global economy – one that aligns people, profit and planet.
The COVID-19 crisis is primarily a public health emergency, but its consequences have shown that it is much more than that. While there is a sense that the pandemic is a collective phenomenon, the stark reality is that it hits the most vulnerable hardest.
The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the lack of resilience of supply chains in respect of labour rights during a large-scale disruption.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, governments have introduced measures around bio-surveillance, censorship and misinformation that could have significant impacts on privacy rights.
The 2020 AGM season has been unique. The record levels of support seen across 2019’s environmental and social proposals, alongside increasingly urgent climate action and commitments by huge corporates and investors to stakeholder capitalism, set the stage for an interesting season. In addition to this, the COVID-19 crisis has, in ...
This guidance (co-developed by the PRI, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, California State Teachers’ Retirement System and APG) provides investors with ESG-related questions to ask investee companies’ – at annual general meetings (AGMs) and in follow-up engagements – about their responses to COVID-19.