How can investors and corporates accelerate their understanding of the ‘social’ aspect in investment and corporate decision-making? What is the private sector’s role in promoting human rights? Can a deeper focus on the ‘S’ act as a multiplier for advancing the ‘E’ and the ‘G’? These are just some of the questions that our distinguished panel will tackle.

Join the Impact Investing Institute and the Human Rights Watch on Tuesday 14th September, 15:00 BST, as we bring together key voices who will explore how investors and organisations can boost their positive impact by addressing social issues whilst delivering a financial return.

Below are the panellists coming together to take part in this discussion:

  • David Blood – Co-Founder, Generation Investment Management
  • Sarah Gordon – Chief Executive, Impact Investing Institute
  • Anisa Kamadoli Costa – Chair & President of the Tiffany & Co Foundation, and Chief Sustainability Officer for Tiffany & Co
  • Arvind Ganesan – Business & Human Rights Director, Human Rights Watch

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White Paper: Scaling up institutional investment for place-based impact

Our joint white paper “Scaling up institutional investment for place-based impact,” based on the collaborative “Place-Based Impact Investing Project (PBII)” by the Impact Investing Institute, The Good Economy and Pensions for Purpose, sets out the case for institutional investors to adopt a “place-based lens.”