Control Risks is delighted to be featured as a thought leader for Chambers and Partners' Expert Focus Guide. Catch up on our latest insight from the Exploring ESG series of Legal and Compliance Insights for a discussion on Human Rights and ESG.
Strong social performance is a business advantage
From fair recruitment and modern slavery issues to community and human rights, managing social and human rights risk is essential to conducting responsible business.
Wherever you do business in the world we’ll shine a light on your exposure. We’ll translate on-the-ground reality into effective policy and action. We work with you to map your exposure, build risk management programmes, build your capabilities and monitor performance.
Assess and manage human rights
We have extensive applied knowledge of global best practice and due diligence requirements. We support companies, investors and asset managers across the human rights due diligence cycle. We’ll help you meet the requirements of the UN Guiding Principles, international regulations and international standards with the ultimate goal of helping you move beyond compliance towards lasting, positive impact.
Building trust with the people who matter
Regulators. Communities. Investors. Employees. Activists. Today, pressure comes from many angles and all stakeholders. We’ll combine our insight from relationships with industry bodies with a methodical approach to mapping and auditing your social and stakeholder risks. Then we’ll help you develop approaches to mitigate the potential root causes of risks to your relationships so you’re trusted by the people who matter most.
Boots on the ground. Everywhere
One of our unique strengths is that we have people on the ground wherever you operate - even in the most complex and challenging jurisdictions. We understand local dynamics across your operating environments, which helps you to respond effectively to social risks wherever you operate.
Control Risks expert James Lewry outlines human rights issues, lessons learned from the World Cup and key risk management actions for major sporting event organisers when planning their event.
As stakeholder pressures and government expectations grow, mining operators increasingly require a more ambitious approach to sustainability and social impact.