Human Rights Innovation explained
We have developed Human Rights Innovation as a modular framework to bring a Human Rights perspective into the innovation process.
It is a lean and creative approach. Rather than creating ideas and solutions that harm people, we integrate Human Rights principles during the innovation process to develop purpose-driven solutions and business models.
Depending on your needs, we deep-dive in different phases of the method and adapt it. Each phase can be offered individually.
3 phases to Human Rights Innovation
Human Rights Risk Analysis
You gain a systemic approach about your businesses' impact on Human Rights issues throughout the supply chain and prioritise the Human Rights issue most relevant to your business.
Step 1: Baseline Analysis
Step 2: Supply Chain Risks
Step 3: Systems Mapping
Human Rights Sprint
You solve complex social problems and develop innovative ideas. The sprint systematically ensures that Human Rights requirements are consistently considered in all phases of the innovation process.
Step 3: Persona
Step 4: Ideation
Step 5: Prototyping
Step 6: Social Impact Testing
Human Rights Strategy
We evaluate the strategy and vision of your business. Whether you are setting up a new venture, redefining values or simply want to create a vision, it is important to integrate the purpose of your business to be resilient in an ever-changing environment.
Step 7: Vision and Purpose
Step 8: Action Points
Step 9: Strategy
Should You Do It?
Get into an acting rather than reacting mindset: Be prepared for new regulations
Meet consumers’ expectations and build trust in your brand
Be forward thinking: We believe an economy based on exploitation will soon be the past. Be a pioneer and act now!