The new universal GRI standards published on 5 October 2021 are intended to address the need to present responsible business concepts in a transparent manner.
The changes should enable companies to report in a consistent and comparable manner and to be better prepared for new regulatory requirements such as the EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the IFRS Foundation's Enterprise Value Report.
The revised universal standards now provide clearer requirements for organisations to address due diligence processes and material topics, and structure the content more consistently to enable transparent reporting.
Ownership of revised industry standards to include human rights reporting and environmental due diligence
Overview of sectoral standards allowing for more consistent reporting of sector-specific impacts
Understand what the revised standards mean for an organisation's next reporting cycle
|Part 2||Update 2016 VS 2021|
|Part 3||Challenges and opportunities|
|Part 4||Questions & Answers|
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