Can creative communications help companies forge a bold new path towards human rights for all?
Insights for you
In this document, discover our top five innovations to inspire and engage your stakeholders around human rights, explore the power of transparency as a critical communications tool, and understand how collaborative communication across the supply chain can accelerate your human rights objectives.
Tea & Water’s team brings together years of experience developing creative communications around social and economic sustainability issues.
Diverse, first-person viewpoints from across the value chain that will inspire new thinking on how you approach human rights in your organisation. With contributions from:
- Louise Nicholls
Corporate head of human rights, food sustainability (Plan A) and food packaging at Marks & Spencer
- Anant Ahuja
Head of organisational development at Shahi Exports
- Daniel D’Ambrosio
Human rights lawyer at DLA Piper
- Kim Yeshi
Founder at Norlha Textiles
- Céline Gilart
Head of social impact at Twinings
- Phanella Mayall Fine
Executive coach and founder of Step Up Club
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