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 Santiago Exchange and Ministry of Foreing Affais organized Workshop about Human Rights and Companies

 1/11/2019

Elin Wrzoncki, Senior Adviser of the Danish Insitute of Human Rights, participated in the workshop "Human Rights and Business", organized by Santiago Exchange in collaboration with the Under Secretary for Human Rights of the Foreign Affais, to discuss the UN Guiding Principles on Human Rights and Business.

At the occasion, Wrzoncki exposed about the importance of companies on respecting human rights and how it is key these days for companies to obtain a social license to operate, in addition to the common sense on Human Rights on avoiding reputation and brandrisks , achieving proper recruitment and retention of employees, attracting new investors, reducing work stoppages or riots and, in particular, maintaining the customer loyalty.

Jeannette von Wolfersdorff, Director of the Board of the Santiago Exchange, addressed the opening remarks, highlighting the development that the Exchange has been making in sustainability, especially mentioning the newly-created green and social bonds listing segment - with the objective that companies make informed investment decisions, and the creation of sustainability measurement tools like the Dow Jones Sustainability Index Chile and MILA.

The seminar also included the participation of Verónica Zubía, Head of the Human Rights and Business Unit of the Foreign Office, who presented the National Action Plan of Human Rights and Business prepared by Chilean government.

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