BHR human rights DUE DILIGENCE METHODOLOGY
BHR HAS DEVELOPED ITS OWN INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGIES AND TOOLS WHICH TAKE OUR CLIENTS´ HUMAN RIGHTS PERFORMANCE TO THE NEXT LEVEL.
Increasingly, regulators, investors and other stakeholders are requiring businesses to ensure effective and up to date Human Rights Due Diligence systems to prevent, mitigate and repair their actual and potential human rights impacts. The BHR Human Rights Due Diligence Methodology responds to this request in accordance with current existing international authoritative standards, such as the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
The BHR Due Diligence Methodology and Tools enable business enterprises to identify, score and learn about their human rights performance throughout the years. This provides a great opportunity to measure the success of the strategies and activities in the long term, and the opportunities for improvement.
Our tools are easily adapted to our clients´ needs, operations and reporting requirements. Tailored deliverables are provided throughout the different processes to enable companies a better understanding and decision-making on their most salient human rights issues. Our tools are available in Spanish, English and French.
What does the BHR Human Rights Due Diligence Methodology encompass?
Analysis of context risks and challenges (sector and geography based)
Human Rights Policy
Establishment of a due diligence process and management system
Action Plan (short, medium and long-term measures)
Capacity building and blended training
Corporate Human Rights Reporting
Human Rights impact assessment (potential and actual impacts)
Assessment of grievance mechanisms and effective remedy
Each exercise is supported by tools developed by BHR, which have been already successfully implemented in different sectors, geographical contexts and profile of businesses (finance, security, telecommunication, technology, automotive, among others).
To learn more about the BHR Human Rights Due Diligence Methodology and Tools do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
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