Corporate Social Responsibility Standards: How Lessons Learned from the Environmental Movement Can be Used in Women's Health

Corporations and their suppliers in low- and middle-income countries have had few incentives to make worker health – much less family planning, reproductive health, and maternal, newborn, and child health – a priority because the standards, mechanisms, and policies that influence corporate actions are largely silent on worker and women’s health.

As corporations are increasingly receptive to engagement on gender- and health-related challenges, the environmental movement provides a strong example of corporate policy change for the global health community.

The Evidence Project’s new infographic provides an interactive and visual depiction of key points from the policy brief, “Advocating Corporate Policy Change on Women’s Health and Family Planning: Lessons from the Environmental Movement.”