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PRI reporting framework 2018

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Outputs and outcomes

LEA 11. Number of companies engaged with, intensity of engagement and effort

11.1. Indicate the amount of your listed equities portfolio with which your organisation engaged during the reporting year.

Number of companies engaged

(avoid double counting, see explanatory notes)

Proportion (to the nearest 5%)
Specify the basis on which this percentage is calculated

Individual / Internal staff engagements

2 Number of companies engaged
5 Proportion (to the nearest 5%)

Specify the basis on which this percentage is calculated

Collaborative engagements

150
5 Proportion (to the nearest 5%)

Specify the basis on which this percentage is calculated

11.2. Indicate the proportion of engagements that involved multiple, substantive and detailed discussions or interactions with a company during the reporting year relating to ESG issue.

Type of engagement

% Comprehensive engagements

 

 

Individual / Internal staff engagements

 

 

Collaborative engagements

11.3. Indicate the percentage of your collaborative engagements for which you were a leading organisation during the reporting year.

Type of engagement

% Leading role

  Collaborative engagements

11.5. Additional information. [Optional]


LEA 12. Engagement methods

12.1. Indicate which of the following your engagement involved.

12.2. Additional information. [Optional]


LEA 13. Companies changing practices / behaviour following engagement

13.1. Indicate whether you track the number of cases during the reporting year in which a company changed its practices, or made a formal commitment to do so, following your organisation’s and/or your service provider's engagement activities.

13.3. Additional information [Optional].


LEA 14. Examples of ESG engagements

14.1. Provide examples of the engagements that your organisation or your service provider carried out during the reporting year.

ESG factors
ESG issue
          Corporate climate lobbying
        
Conducted by
Objectives

While specific engagement objectives will be refined by members of the regional sub-groups, the broad objectives of the overall working group are:

  • Raise concerns with companies using shareholder funds to lobby against climate change related policies which are in shareholders' long-term interest;
  • Improving management oversight of indirect lobbying activities around climate change;
  • Encouraging adoption of better practices on lobbying activities, in line with guidance in the 'Guide for Responsible Corporate Engagement in Climate Policy' report and the Global Investor Coalition's 'Investor Expectations' series;
  • Encouraging improved disclosure of indirect lobbying activities to CDP and elsewhere.

 

Scope and Process
Outcomes
ESG factors
ESG issue
          Human rights in the extractive sector
        
Conducted by
Objectives

The overarching objectives of the engagement are

  • PRACTICES: Enhance implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
  • DISCLOSURE: Enhance the level of disclosure and address the lack of consistent disclosure with regards to human rights

The core areas for engagement are:

1. Corporate response to human rights incidents or allegations, and learnings

2. Human rights commitment

3. Governance and embedding respect for human rights into corporate practice 4. Human rights risk assessment

5. Stakeholder engagement and grievance mechanisms

6. Business relationships, including joint venture partners, suppliers and contractors such as security providers

In order to support the more general ask to companies to implement the UN Guiding Principles, depending on the current level of disclosure and/or implementation at each company, three or more core areas for engagement will be identified for each company.

Note: The engagement focuses on human rights more broadly, rather than on specific issues such as indigenous rights or revenue transparency. An overview of issues which are most significant in the extractive sector and therefore might likely come up in dialogues, can be found in the background document attached below.

Scope and Process
Outcomes
ESG factors
ESG issue
          Social issues in the textile supply chains
        
Conducted by
Objectives

Discussions will be structured along the following topics, with more emphasis on impact this time around.

  • Increased transparency: more communication on the structure of company supply chains, their initiatives and progress
  • Social risk mapping: better understanding of the risks linked to the supply chain, where companies are and how big the negative impacts could be
  • Enhanced relationship with the suppliers: development of longer-term relationships that starts with the company's buying practices
  • Multi-stakeholder initiatives: a systemic approach to addressing issues that the industry as a whole faces
Scope and Process
Outcomes

14.2. Additional information. [Optional]


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