The CHRB pilot methodology assessed the top 100 companies across the agricultural products, apparel and extractives industries on their human rights policies, processes and performance.

Corporate Human Rights Benchmark: Pilot Methodology 2016 - Aviva Investors, BHRRC, Calvert Investments, Institute for Human Rights and Business, and Vigeo Eiris, 2016 DOWNLOAD

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