Companies whose practices and policies either facilitate violence in the workplace and/or do not accommodate the need of survivors will face operational and reputational risks that can impact their stock price. Investors investing in public companies have the power to screen out companies based on certain practices and to influence companies to adopt better ones.
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.
Reinterpreting Data to Assess the Risk of Gender-Based Violence in Public Equities
Using a gender-based violence lens to analyze existing datasets to better understand a company’s practices and culture
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