KPMG IMPACT’s economic and social development practice works shoulder-to-shoulder with governments, multilateral institutions, private companies, foundations and other development-minded organizations to measure impact and enable societies to grow in a more equitable way by reducing vulnerabilities and allowing economies to prosper.
Services provided by this practice include:
Practical guidelines for putting risk to people first in your modern slavery response, from KPMG and the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Practical guidelines for putting risk to people first in your modern slavery response.
The world is awakening to the urgent actions needed to respond to the climate crisis, and the infrastructure sector has a fundamental role to play.
The world is awakening to the urgent actions needed to respond to the climate crisis.
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