Business Fights Poverty Magazine

Across the world, a confluence of challenges— notably, COVID, conflict, and climate change—is driving a poverty tsunami that is already crashing into people’s lives. Inside this latest magazine, you will find articles about businesses are building breakwaters to protect the growing number of vulnerable people against the oncoming wave. Our magazines help you navigate the challenges of scaling your social impact and share some of the leading edge thinking on topics across the space.​ Download the latest issue and past issues by clicking on the Magazine cover.

Poverty Tsunami Briefing Paper

COVID, conflict and climate change are among a confluence of challenges driving a tsunami of poverty that is already crashing into the lives of vulnerable people and communities around the world. This briefing explores these trends and the role businesses can and should play.

The Case for Living Wages

A report on how paying living wages throughout core operations and the value chain strengthens business performance, resilience and stability, while delivering measurable social impact and enabling businesses to more effectively deliver on human and labour rights obligations. Published with Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and Shift, with support from Unilever.

Action Toolkit: A Guide to Effective Planning

A toolkit specifically tailored to assist with navigating planning during crises, when traditional corporate planning processes may take too long or require too many certainties.

Building Forward Better: Mining as Partner in Supporting More Inclusive and Resilient Societies

A framework for action that explores the collective leadership of the mining and metals industry in rebuilding better in the wake of COVID-19. With the International Council on Mining and Metals and The Partnering Initiative.
A framework for action that builds on the COVID-19 Response Framework to highlight ways in which business can help rebuild better from the pandemic. With the Corporate Responsibility Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School and UK Aid.