Tracktwo is a consulting firm specialised in responsible business and sustainable development. We offer services within Business and human rights, Human rights-based development, Responsible communication and Sustainable leadership.


jade_roomTraditional corporate social responsibility (CSR) approaches tend to be top-down approaches in which business decide what social issues they choose to address, focused on factory audits, charity and one-way communication through sustainability reports. In recent years, however, human rights have become a key element in CSR and sustainability efforts globally, and we see a shift towards greater awareness and two-way communication through stakeholder engagement and partnerships to find solutions.

The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) were adopted by the UN Human Rights Council in 2011. The UNGPs have now been integrated in key international standards for responsible business, including ISO 26000 and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Companies. The UNGPs are the authoritative reference point for Business and Human Rights, with broad global consensus including support from both businesses and governments.

Companies are expected to carry out human rights due diligence, and to “know and show” that they are respecting human rights. Corporate respect for human rights starts with a thorough understanding of corporate human rights impacts.

There are legal, financial and reputational risks and consequences for companies that fail to respect human rights. Conversely, respecting human rights can be good for business, by identifying risk to operations, attracting and maintaining committed employees, building investor trust, gaining access to new markets and customers by building good relationships with local communities and securing a social license to operate. We work with companies, government agencies, academic institutions and non-governmental organisations in the following areas:

  • Strategy and policy development
  • Project planning and project management
  • Human rights due diligence
  • Stakeholder dialogue and engagement
  • Public private partnerships – identification, due diligence, measurement
  • Training

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Since the 1990s, international organisations and development agencies have started to see the realisation of human rights as integral to development. Instead of viewing development only in terms of economic growth or human needs, sustainable development implies the realisation of a set of fundamental human right standards and principles. Human rights-based development integrates these standards and principles into the policies and processes of development. We work with development agencies, private foundations, international organisations and non-governmental organisations in the following areas:

  • Research reports and policy briefs
  • Project planning and project management (LFA, rights-based, results-based)
  • Capacity building and institutional development
  • Public private partnerships – identification, due diligence, measurement
  • Training
  • Monitoring & evaluations

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Efficient and responsible communication regarding our clients’ sustainability efforts helps them strengthen their brands and build a strong corporate culture with committed employees. Drawing on our experience of working in international and complex environments, we support our clients in solving both internal and external communication challenges. We work with:

  • Strategic advice
  • Strategy development and planning
  • Sustainability reporting
  • Public relations
  • Public affairs / government relations
  • Internal communication
  • Intercultural communication
  • Story telling
  • Presentation skills

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Building a sustainable and responsible business is a long-term commitment that should involve all levels of management. Drawing on our international management experience from different industries, we work with our clients in the following areas:

  • Strategy development and planning
  • Leadership and organisational development
  • Managing change
  • Behaviour and culture – aligning sustainability actions with values and vision
  • Leadership and the United Nations Guiding Principle on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs)
  • Organisational development – sustainability, processes and people

Read about some of our clients and projects here.



Together with our Chinese and international partners, Tracktwo in 2014 launched The China Responsible Business Forum (CRBF), which aims to build knowledge, capacity and leadership in China in relation to the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Read more about CRBF here and contact us for more information and if you are interested in joining future CRBF activities.