Nobody knows how severe the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic will be. Many people will die directly from the virus. Many more may lose their jobs, their livelihoods and the possibilities for a decent life, as societies as well as companies struggle with the financial and social implications of the crisis.
But one thing is certain. Your stakeholders will not expect less from you at a time like this. Whether you are thriving because you sell toilet paper or having to lay off people in order to survive, the question is the same: Do you manage to be responsible in this extreme situation?
We are gathering two highly experienced people from different parts of the world to explore this topic together with Sandra Atler, the Director of Enact’s Human Rights and Business Practice Group.
Sandra Atler is the Director of the Human Rights and Business Practice Group and Senior Advisor at Enact. She is an internationally recognised expert on business and human rights and Sandra was part of Professor John Ruggie’s team in the development of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. She is a human rights lawyer with a law degree from Stockholm University and an LL.M.-degree from Columbia University Law School where she was a Fulbright scholar.
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