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.