Our core business is auditing corporate, governmental and civil society entities and their activities to determine compliance with international human rights norms, standards, regulation and corporate responsibility requirements. The auditing process identifies human rights compliance strengths, risks and failures and provides our clients with invaluable expert insight. This enables our clients to proactively manage and mitigate risks, address corporate responsibilities, seize opportunities to make positive human rights impacts and to take the initiative in situations where adverse human rights impacts are identified.
We concentrate our audits on seven fundamental areas where organisations are at greatest risk of contributing to adverse human rights impacts that breach international regulatory standards and corporate responsibility requirements:
- armed conflict and security
- cyber and data
- labour and supply chains
- dispute resolution
These areas are representative of the wide and deep scope of the international human rights analysis that we conduct on behalf of our clients.