Danish Financial Institutions Need to Score Better on Human Rights

Despite paying lip service to the ‘S’ in ESG, Danish financial institutions still appear incapable of demonstrating that they include human rights considerations in their investment, lending, and insurance activities, according to a benchmark study published this week. The data gathered by the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) offers valuable insights into how financial actors deal with human rights issues and concludes that there is plenty of room for improvement.

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