Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility


The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) is a coalition of shareholder advocates who view the management of their investments as a catalyst for social change. Its 300 member organizations comprise faith communities, socially responsible asset managers, unions, pensions, NGOs and other socially responsible investors with combined assets of over $200 billion. ICCR members engage hundreds of corporations annually in an effort to foster greater corporate accountability. ICCR's members file shareholder resolutions and engage in dialogue with corporate management on issues such as climate change, human rights - including human trafficking, food safety & sustainability, water sustainability, the affordability of medicines[1], corporate governance, financial practices & risk[2], and other social and environmental concerns. The organization was founded in the 1971.


Investors Act to Curb Gun Violence

In light of continuing gun violence and mass shootings in the U.S., ICCR's members are calling on gun manufacturers, retailers and distributors, as we