Guiding Our Partners Towards Sustainable Solutions
InterPraxis is an established sustainability advisory and assurance firm specializing in ethics, corporate responsibility, and accountability innovations. Our mission is to assist our clients to enhance business performance by combining a sound business strategy with responsible and stakeholder‐ centered business practices to produce sustainable and long term value .
We offer value-added services in: CSR Strategy & Policy Development; Stakeholder Engagement; Anti-Corruption Risk Management, Human Rights Due Diligence (including supply chain) and Sustainability Assurance.
What Our Clients Say
“We had a vision of where we needed to be – and InterPraxis helped us get there, efficiently and cost-effectively… We’ve been commended on our leading approach to stakeholder engagement and InterPraxis were instrumental in this.”
“InterPraxis did a great job for us on a complex consultation involving sharply differing opinions on strategy. They were able to determine the areas of agreement and disagreement and highlight commonalities, which paved the way for a successful future strategy.”
“Many of the issues we deal with are complex in nature and require a deep understanding of the sector and dynamic and creative solutions that go far beyond a standardized approach. InterPraxis worked with us to engage our members as well as some of the largest extractive companies in the world to design an effective tool that helps investors better engage with the sector around the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the implementation of effective grievance mechanisms. InterPraxis’ expertise and sensitivity throughout this project were always on display.”
“As a company dedicated to sustainable practices and a resilient future, we engaged David to help us design solutions for our supply chain. David’s ability to bring to the fore his global expert advice, and in creating practical solutions is unparalleled. Unlike some consultants who are committed to a single approach or focus only on process expertise, InterPraxis brings specific subject-matter expertise in human rights from across industries and leverages his hands-on experience working in different markets to make his contributions all the more valuable.”
The InterPraxis team genuinely listens to us and understands our challenges. They adopt our goals and ambitions as if they were their own – sharing our excitement, our intensity and our commitment towards improving environmental, social and governance performance. At the same time, they bring a hard-nosed practicality – understanding financial constraints and always conduct themselves as if they were as responsible as we are for our reputation, and the success of our work.
Gender Equality in the Workplace – Free Online Assessment Tool Available
Gender equality and women’s empowerment doesn’t only concern women. It concerns society as a whole. When half of society doesn’t have the same opportunities as the other half – we’re clearly limiting our collective potential and we’re all worse off because of it. This is why achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls is one of the main tenets of the UN’s sustainable development goals and why it’s regarded as being such a critical element to achieving the aim of sustainable development...Read More
New Online Tool: Assessing Your Anti-Bribery and Corruption Program – Where to Start?
Understanding where your organization stands in terms of its efforts to combat bribery and corruption has never been more important – especially for businesses with any sort of international operations (manufacturing, export, supply chain, sales, etc.). Legislation like the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the UK Bribery Act and other national laws aligned to OECD, or UNCAC guidance often have stiff penalties, and make it clear that organizations need to take corruption prevention in business seriously.Read More
InterPraxis Director delivers keynote lecture in Tokyo on building responsible supply chains.
As Tokyo prepares to host the 2020 Olympics and awareness of frameworks like the SDGs and other codes for international supply chains grow, many businesses are keenly interested in learning best practice in this area. InterPraxis was invited to deliver a workshop to share emerging best practice and demonstrate how Japanese businesses can develop and implement effective systems to ensure responsible and sustainable supply chains, and address key ESG risks.Read More
Ensuring Responsible Supply Chains: InterPraxis helps Lululemon address the issue of Foreign Migrant Workers
Based on emerging best practice and input from key stakeholders, InterPraxis helped Lululemon develop its new foreign migrant labour standard as part of its Vendor Code of Conduct. The new standard will help Lululemon and its vendors address risks of exploitive labour practices among migrant workers and imposes a new framework on it suppliers for outsourcing foreign migrant labourers that include specific safeguards against trafficking and forced labour.Read More