After years of engagement by shareholders, Nutrien is finally ending its purchases of phosphate rock from the non-self-governing territory of Western Sahara.
Read SHARE’s analysis showing that executive pay increased at a much faster rate than the pay of ordinary workers in Canada from 2015 through 2017.
SHARE voted against the nominating committees of 21 boards with no female directors and no diversity policy during the second quarter of 2018. Read about why progress on gender diversity on boards is still not good enough.
A new report from Enbridge on its approach to Indigenous Peoples’ rights signifies an important step for the company in improving its accountability and transparency. Learn more about our engagement efforts related to addressing Indigenous and human rights and environmental impacts in investment review processes.
A guest blog by responsible investment pioneer, Moira Hutchinson, on the experience of church investor activism on apartheid in South Africa.
A look at why investors need workforce disclosure that accounts for the entire employment footprint in the context of new kinds of employment relationships and fissured workplaces.
Whenever new leadership takes the helm at an organization you’ll always hear someone talk about their vision for the future, the great things that they’re going to achieve, and where they’re going to take the organization. But I learned long ago that anytime you’re trying to set a course you also need to have a very good sense of where you’re coming from.
SHARE’s Director of Shareholder Engagement reflects on lobbying disclosure and oversight shareholder resolutions at Imperial Oil (TSX:IMO), Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD), Encana Corporation (TSX:ECA), and SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. (TSX:SNC).
Kevin Thomas has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the Shareholder Association for Research & Education (SHARE), starting June 1, 2018. Peter Chapman is stepping down after 18 years at the helm of the organization.