Globe and Mail – Despite some progress, Canada’s corporate sector has much work to do in accelerating representation and participation of Indigenous peoples on corporate boards, in management and across companies’ operations.
Join SHARE’s Shannon Rohan at the inaugural RI Digital: Canada 2020 conference, a free-to-air event where she will be part of a session that asks what the future of co-investing with indigenous peoples will look like.
Catholic Register – The Vatican’s suggestion that investors dump fossil fuel stocks may be one way to protect the planet, but the strategy is not as easy as it appears.
Morningstar – There is no doubt that bias – around race, around gender, around ableism – contributes to the uneven distribution of opportunities, protections, and wealth across society, resulting in systemic, institutionalized discrimination. This issue lurks in investment portfolios and explains much of the observed inequality between the haves- and have-nots.
Ninety global companies, including four Canadian companies and 21 of the world’s 100 largest firms, have responded to investor calls for more consistent and comparable workforce data
While shareholders are focusing on executive compensation, they aren’t promoting fair pay and decent work throughout their companies, according to a new report