The IMPA ACT 'Country-Risk Assessment' series has been developed in response to members' concerns that it is often difficult to determine country risks regarding human rights, environmental degradation and corrupt practices.
Originally published a few years ago, these assessments are now undergoing an overall update that will bring all of them up to date for members' research benefits. We now launch the updated series with Brazil in the first spotlight. If you are an IMPA ACT member, head over to our Members' Area and have a look at the latest report on Brazil.
If you are not an IMPA ACT member, why not become one? These assessments are just one of the many benefits offered by the IMPA ACT Knowledge Centre. Find out more about membership options here.
About the IMPA ACT 'Country-Risk Assessment' series
All IMPA ACT members should have policy statements, due diligence and remediation processes that cover internationally-agreed principles in relation to human rights, labour standards, environmental regulations and anti-corruption principles. The IMPA ACT Country-Risk Assessment highlight known human rights and anti-corruption risks within various countries.