The Corporate Responsibility Coalition

corporate responsibility
CORE manifesto

CORE manifesto

There is no shortage of opportunities
to make a difference: effective international frameworks on tax and investment; measures on due diligence and greater transparency to help prevent abuses in supply chains; and steps to guarantee access to justice for victims of corporate abuse should be priorities. Business people, consumers, campaigners, and investors are already talking about what they expect from government. The run-up to the 2015 General Election is the time for political parties to join the conversation.

Consultation responses

Consultation responses

Over the last three years, the UK government has run consultations
on a range of topics relating to corporate accountability, including
the UK’s narrative reporting framework, corporate social responsibility and transparency and trust. CORE’s responses to the consultations set out our latest thinking in these policy areas.

Access to Justice

Access to Justice

We are currently involved in two research projects on access to remedy for victims of corporate human rights abuses. One project will set out the steps that the need to be taken to overcome barriers to judicial remedy in the EU and the US. The second looks at examples of non-judicial redress mechanisms and will examine the powers that a new UK mechanism would require to make it effective.