NEW REPORT: 'Shared Prosperity: The Investor Case for Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining'

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The Committee on Workers' Capital is pleased to announce our new report,

Shared Prosperity: The Investor Case for Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining

due to be launched on 29 November. 

Join for information on the launch event and to access the report once it is released. 

 

Collaboration details

The report is the fruit of a multi-year collaborative effort by trade unions from around the world.

Join us virtually for the launch of our new report on Tuesday, November 29th, 2022 3:00pm Central European Time | 9:00am Eastern Daylight Time

Click here to register for the virtual event: 

https://www.workerscapital.org/report-launch-shared-prosperity-the-investor-case-for-freedom-of-association

 

If you are attending the PRI in Person conference in Barcelona, Spain, please join us on Friday, December 2nd, 2022 at 8:00am Central European Time

Click here to register for the PRI in Person side event: 

https://www.workerscapital.org/pri-in-person-side-event-shared-prosperity-the-investor-case-for-freedom-of

Objectives

The rights to freedom of association and collective bargaining are fundamental human rights. Understanding why these rights are important to investors and how well a company is upholding them is often a challenge. On November 29th, the CWC will launch "Shared Prosperity: The Investor Case for Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining". This event is part of the annual CWC Conference and is open to the public. The report is the fruit of a multi-year collaborative effort by trade unions from around the world.


The launch event will include participation from frontline workers, company representatives and investors. It will describe how value is created when workers exercise their labour rights in permissive corporate environments and how investors can engage with companies that undermine the fundamental labour right to freedom of association.

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  • 8 - Decent work & economic growth
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