The Innovators' Network to Enable Human Rights (INHR) held a multi-stakeholder Innovation and Design Workshop at Verizon's New York, NY offices on July 18-19 2019. Participants included top executives, practitioners, and thought leaders from the technology sector and human rights community. Tech company leaders such as Verizon, AT&T, Swisscom, Fujitsu, T-Mobile US, Taiwan Mobile, Deutsche Telekom were joined by representatives from Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, Humanity United, Oxfam, and the United Nations among many others. The Workshop's objective was to identify potential solutions that use digital technology to help protect the rights, safety, and security of workers in global supply chains. It also identified the next steps that information and communication technology (ICT) and human rights leaders should take to work collaboratively.
26 Jul 19
We are proud to announce that with hard work and persistence our member Taiwan Mobile have passed their targets submitted to the Science Based Targets initiative. This means that they are successfully on their way to reducing their greenhouse gases by 30% by 2030 aligned with 2°C global targets.
17 Jul 19
GeSI are proud to announce that our Member and Supplier collaboration within E-TASC for data collection and sharing, offers topic specific and overall transparency of CSR risks in the supply chain.
11 Jul 19
We had a chance to catch up with Birgit Klesper, Senior Vice President of Group Corporate Responsibility in Deutsche Telekom after their major announcement, that Deutsche Telekom will source 100% renewable electricity already by 2021.
11 Jul 19
Today, GeSI (the Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative) launched its Climate Scenario Analysis Framework to help ICT sector companies align with the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and understand the financial impact of climate change on their bottom-line
02 Jul 19