B4IG publishes its Inclusive Sourcing Methodology


Inclusive Sourcing has become a topic of interest as procurement activities and spend represent a significant opportunity for companies to promote inclusive practices and maximize their “inclusion footprint”. Yet, understanding and assessing the impact of your suppliers’ operations and the challenges they are experiencing is a complex task , especially for global businesses. How can companies help support and empower vulnerable workers within their supply chains? How can companies ensure inclusive practices are adopted in their supply chains and leverage

The B4IG Coalition pushes forward Living Wage as a Corporate Priority


Co-chaired by Mathias Cormann, Secretary General of the OECD, and Emmanuel Faber, the coalition held its Board meeting on June 21. The members of the Board held several working sessions on key topics to promote inclusive growth and fight against inequalities. The meeting culminated with a major decision that confirms B4IG's leadership on the social dimension of sustainability, the adoption of a statement calling to action on living wage. The B4IG coalition welcomes the Call to Action on Living Wage

Building an Inclusive Recovery : the B4IG coalition’s roadmap


This position paper clarifies the ambitions of the B4IG coalition through a roadmap built in collaboration with the member companies to advance Inclusive Growth. It covers key areas of action on which members are willing to work to implement the B4IG Pledge that is anchored in three objectives that are fundamental to inclusive business: advancing human rights in direct operations and supply chains; building inclusive workplaces; and promoting inclusion in company value chains and business ecosystems. Read the full pdf

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