06/15/2023 - 11:00
Health, Education and Human Rights Program: Racial Equity Pact Brazil - How the ESG Racial Protocol Engages Corporate Brazil to Better Integrate Racial Minorities Into the Professional Workforce
Social and, specifically, racial inequality is one of Brazil’s most significant challenges. Blacks, who comprise 56% of the population, are starkly underrepresented among professionals. One of the top obstacles to the training of black professionals is the low quality of public education.
04/03/2023 - 11:00
Health, Education, and Human Rights Program: The New World Bank ESG Data Portal - How to Understand Indicators About Health, Education and Human Rights in a Broader Socio-Economic Context
How can investors put indicators regarding health, education, and other human rights into a country’s broader socio-economic context and get a better understanding of their meaning?
01/26/2023 - 10:00
Health, Education and Human Rights Program: Pandemic Preparedness and Health Security in Emerging Markets - An Introduction to the GHS Index
How can investors identify countries’ vulnerabilities to infectious diseases and help them become more resistant?
11/29/2022 - 12:00
Health, Education and Human Rights Program: Measuring Economic and Social Rights Without Income Bias: Introducing the Human Rights Measurement Initiative
How can investors measure social and economic rights and find best practices without falling into the trap of income bias when engaging sovereign issuers?
10/19/2022 - 11:00
Health, Education, and Human Rights Program: Educating for Sustainable Nutrition
How can investors support education for sustainable nutrition in schools?
11/10/2021 - 10:00
Social Program : Economic Consequences of LGBT Discrimination - Ghana’s Family Values Bill
EMIA hosted a panel of experts to discuss the economic impacts of discrimination. Ghana has proposed new legislation that would not just criminalize being a LGBT+ person, but for voicing support or advocating for them as well.