*Coming soon*

The work we achieved since 2010 would not have been possible without the efforts of the dozens of tremendous people who worked on our projects. A full list of our wonderful former staff, fellows and consultants will soon be added. 


MSI Integrity partnered with academic institutions and local, national, and international organizations to explore the impact and value of multi-stakeholder and other voluntary initiatives as human rights tools. This included a Global Research Network that MSI Integrity launched to encourage researchers and practitioners interested in MSIs to critically examine whether MSIs are effective tools, and to deepen research into MSIs. This network was launched by a steering committee of leading scholars, researchers and practitioners from both the Global North and Global South. It is an autonomous network and is run separately from MSI Integrity.

Our project partnerships included:

Network Fighting Hunger in Cameroon (RELUFA)forthcoming research project into affected community experiences of transnational multi-stakeholder initiatives.

Harvard Law School’s International Human Rights ClinicMSI Evaluation Tool, five pilot evaluations of MSIs.

Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy at the Graduate Institute, Geneva and the John Parke Young Initiative on the Global Economy at Occidental College, Global Research Network on MSIs.

Miller & Chevalierdatabase of transnational multi-stakeholder initiatives

The Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethicsdatabase of transnational multi-stakeholder initiatives.

Social Impact Hubproject to research existing impact measurement tools and analyze those tools that may be applicable to assessing the impact of MSIs from a human rights perspective.

Banyan School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) Advocates, MSI Evaluation Tool.

Stanford Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic, MSI Evaluation Tool.

Several organizations provided support during our 2013 Global Consultation and Review Process to enable the process to be globally held. We thank the following organizations for their assistance in hosting events around the world:  The Center for Applied Legal Studies at Witwatersrand University (Johannesburg, South Africa), Jindal Global Law School (Sonipat, India), Jorge Tadeo University (Bogota, Colombia), the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Den Haag, Netherlands), La Trobe University School of Business (Melbourne, Australia), the Law, Governance, and Development Initiative at the Australian National University College of Law (Canberra, Australia), the Australian Human Rights Centre at the University of New South Wales Law School (Sydney, Australia), The Netherlands Embassy (Washington, DC), the Center for Business and Human Rights at NYU Stern Business School (New York, NY), and the World Bank (Washington, DC).