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Organization The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
History ICCR was founded in 1971 by a small group of faith-based organisations that wanted to end the apartheid system in South Africa. It happened that they were all investors in companies doing business in that country. They notified the companies of their plans to divest themselves of their shares unless the companies stopped their South African trade. Through this action a movement was born which helped end apartheid. Since then, ICCR membership has grown to 300 organisations representing over $100 billion in assets under management. ICCR members comprise faith organisations, SRI asset-management companies, unions, pension funds and college and university endowment funds, among others.
City New York, New York
Website http://www.iccr.org
Values Faith, Social action
Vision We seek a global community built on justice and sustainability through transformation of the corporate world. Inspired by faith, committed to action.
Mission Through the lens of faith, ICCR builds a more just and sustainable world by integrating social values into investor action.
Goals Seeking a global community built on justice and sustainability through transformation of the corporate world.
Approach A pioneer in shareholder activism, ICCR actively promotes corporate transformation from the inside through engaging and advising management towards sustainable practices that ensure long-term business growth while measurably improving their environmental and social impacts.
Structure Governing board and staff plus member organizations.
Scale Moderate
Scope USA
Activity Governance policy. ICCR members engage with major corporations to develop and implement policy in eight priority areas: water use, food quality and safety, human trafficking, environmental health, domestic health, financial practices and risks, supply-chain monitoring and governance.
Religion Secular
Words responsibility, environment, health
Acronym ICCR
Contact 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1842, New York, NY 10115, USA. Tel. +1-212-870-2295 Fax. +1-212-870-2023
Email info@iccr.org
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