We provide resources and training to help you better understand responsible investment, its importance and how it can be practiced. For investment professionals we provide briefings and regular seminars on current issues. For pension fund members we offer guidance on how to make your savings do good.
Our work with savers
We help savers hold companies to account, directly at AGMs or through their pension savings. Our Mission: Pension Power toolkit helps you speak with your pension fund about the issues that matter.
Our feature resource for savers
Mission: Pension Power
Welcome to ShareAction’s easy to use Pension Power toolkit. This guide will enable you to use the power of your pension to create change through the investment system on the issues that matter to you, from climate change to fair pay.
The campaign asks USS to undertake three important steps that will embed the voice of members into scheme decision-making and ensure our pensions are not invested in the manufacture of controversial weapons.
Welcome to ShareAction’s AGM Activism toolkit. ShareAction supports ordinary people to attend annual general meetings (AGMs). This guide will enable you to use shareholder rights to create corporate change.
We produce briefings on responsible investment, covering topics from tax risk to green bonds. These briefings outline investment risks and provide guidance on addressing them.
Our feature resource for investors
Opportunities for collaborative investor engagement
This briefing is an overview of the opportunities for investors to collaborate on responsible investment issues. The specific opportunities include campaigns on climate change, sustainable protein, labour standards and digital rights.
This report highlights why the banking sector is key for climate-related investor engagement and provides guidelines on the key issues investors might want to focus on to ensure that banks support the low carbon transition.
Introduction to the Workforce Disclosure Initiative
15 December 2016
The Workforce Disclosure Initiative is a new programme which brings together institutional investors behind a call for comparable workforce reporting by publicly listed companies on their global operations and supply chains.
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