June 2017

Social Issues in Socially Responsible Investment Portfolios

Posted in Social Sustainability, Sustainable and Social Finance

Socially responsible investing is on the rise, and with it, investor attention to the social dimensions of SRI. This is a list of the social issues in socially responsible investment portfolios as of March 2017.

“Social Issues in Socially Responsible Investment Portfolios” provides an overview of the topics SRI investors consider when integrating social sustainability issues in their investment portfolios. Eleven topics are profiled. They include human rights, labour standards, employee welfare, diversity, and customer and stakeholder relations.

This summary of Social Issues in Socially Responsible Investment Portfolios does not include negative screening or impact investing topics, but focuses on topics used in ESG Integration and Shareholder Engagement.

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