Human Analytics

Our business is human rights.

We work with our clients to help them improve organizational performance and manage reputational, operational, and legal risks through the development and implementation of human rights policies and best practices at both the corporate and program levels.

Human Analytics is a consultancy specializing in helping public and private organizations identify and address human rights risks, and associated liabilities, linked to operations in complex environments. We assess human rights risks arising from organizational practices within the context of local operating environments, and then develop actionable recommendations tailored to our clients’ needs for mitigating those risks.

We operate globally and assist clients with the human rights due diligence process to include policy and management system development, gap analysis against national and international standards, subcontractor and supply chain analysis, human rights risk and impact assessments, training, community engagement, and other related services.

Our engagement work with local communities and stakeholders facilitates constructive dialogue and creates the basis for mutual trust, community buy-in, and the social license to operate. As part of this process, we help develop and implement effective complaints mechanisms that can feed into our clients’ continual improvement processes.

Human Rights in Complex Environments


ICoCA Takes Important Steps to Fulfill its Mission

Last Thursday the International Code of Conduct Association (ICoCA) made significant advances toward fulfilling its purpose to promote the responsible provision of security services and ensure respect for human rights and international and national laws. At the ICoCA’s Annual...

New Standards for CBs Certifying Private Security Companies to ANSI/ASIS PSC.1 and ISO 18788 Open for Public Comment

Readers, who have been closely following standard setting for private security companies (PSCs), may be interested in opportunities to comment on two new standards for Certification Bodies (CBs) certifying PSCs to ANSI/ASIS PSC.1-2012 and ISO 18788-2015 – the two leading...

ICoCA Opens Pathway to Certification for Private Maritime Security Companies

It is now possible for Private Maritime Security Companies (PMSCs) to receive independent, third party certification to the International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers (ICoC) via the International Code of Conduct Association (ICoCA). On Friday of last...
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