Top global VC firms not meeting UN standards on human rights: Report


    An Amnesty International analysis of the top 50 global venture capital firms and three startup accelerators found that just one firm, London-based Atomico, showed evidence it had done human rights due diligence on portfolio companies potentially in line with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Another eight said they conducted human rights or ESG due diligence, though it wasn’t clear whether they complied with the UN standards. (The Logic)

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