Facing the growing demands regarding Social Responsibility, organizations of all sizes and from all sectors engage in measurement and valuation of their extra-financial performances, through reporting standards recognized worldwide.
Identify the material topics and their boundaries to prioritize the content to be included in the organization’s sustainability report.
|Part 4||Start your reporting process using the GRI standards|
|4.3.||Identifying material topics and boundaries|
|Find out more about materiality analysis going through two dimensions and learn how to define boundary for each material topic.|
|4.4.||Reporting on material topics|
|Understand the information an organization is expected to disclose for each material topic, including where the topic boundary extends beyond the organization.|
Alizé works with industrial leaders- from mining, energy to transport - in integrating sustainability into their business model. Strategy, action plans, and reporting in accordance with international regulations and standards, she provides end-to-end support. Alizé is also a certified trainer to the Global Reporting Initiative Standards.
Stephanie is recognized as GRI Certified Trainer since 2011, Sustainability Report Expert by Forethix and ESR Expert-Verificator for the National Institute of Corporate Social Responsibility. She has more than 10 years experience in the Reporting implementation process around finance, industries, transport, logistic, airlines, ICT and sectors.
Forethix is recognized as GRI Certified Training Partner for Luxembourg, France and Morocco & Members of GRI Community since 2011.