The creation of an open-source and wide-scale benchmark on corporate human rights performance runs counter to a long-established business model of providing such intelligence on a paid-for basis. This means the CHRB relies on the passion and commitment of stakeholders committed to supporting its long-term success. 

We are grateful to the following governments, investors and foundations that have supported our journey to date. 

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands 
  • Swiss Confederation’s Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
  • Department for Business, Innovation and Skills United Kingdom
  • Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust  
  • APG Asset Management 
  • Aviva Investors  
  • Calvert Investments  
  • Nordea Wealth Management 
  • CNV International 

To fully ensure its independence, the CHRB will not receive funding from any companies, except for investors.


Help sustain the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

The CHRB is currently seeking further, sustainable funding to make the Benchmark available on an ongoing basis. Please contact us for more details

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