Stakeholder engagement

To understand sustainability issues related to our industry and our company more clearly as well as improve our programmes, we proactively engage stakeholders and establish partnerships with a diverse set of experts and organisations.

Our key stakeholder groups include suppliers, customers, employees, governments, multilateral institutions, NGOs, industry organisations and investors. We also participate in business networks that allow us to have open dialogues with cross-industry players on specific issues.

 

External stakeholders

Engagement type Engagement subject(s)
Suppliers
  • Meetings
  • Audits and trainings
  • Circular approach to business
  • Responsible sourcing
  • Sustainable materials
  • Conflict minerals
  • Product quality and safety

 

Communities
  • UNICEF
  • partnership
    Interviews
 
  • Inclusion and diversity
  • Human rights
  • Socio-economic development in communities

 

Governments
  • Regulatory reporting and compliance
  • Meetings on emerging initiatives and regulation
 
  • Climate Change
  • Conflict minerals
  • Responsible Sourcing
  • Data security and privacy
  • Waste and water in operations
  • Chemicals and
    hazardous materials

 

Multilateral
institutions
  • Reporting
  • Conferences
  • Meetings
  • Responsible Sourcing
  • Climate change
  • Conflict minerals

 

NGOs
  • Meetings
  • Conferences
  • Interviews
 
  • Circular approach to business
  • Responsible sourcing
  • Sustainable materials
  • Conflict minerals

 

Industry
organisations
  • Conferences
  • Meetings
  • Responsible Sourcing
  • Employee health, safety and labour rights

 

Investors
  • Investor surveys and reports
  • Meetings
  • Circular approach to business
  • Responsible sourcing
  • Sustainable materials
  • Conflict minerals
  • Climate Change
  • Product quality and safety
  • Corporate governance
  • Business ethics and compliance

 

Customers
  • Surveys and focus groups
  • Social media
  • Customer support feedback
  • In-store feedback
  • Inclusion and diversity
  • Responsible marketing
  • Climate change
  • Circular approach
    to business

 

 

Internal stakeholders

  Engagement type Engagement subject(s)
Employees
  • Surveys
  • Events
  • Training
  • Intranet and blogs
  • Meetings
  • Circular approach to business
  • Responsible sourcing
  • Sustainable materials
  • Climate change
  • Corporate governance
  • Business ethics and compliance
  • Talent and development 

 

 

Notable partnerships

 

United Nations Global Compact

We are signatories to the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) and acknowledge our responsibilities in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.

 

Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures

We are supporters of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and their recommendations to increase transparency on climate-related risks and opportunities on financial markets.

 

CDP

Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is a not-for-profit charity that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts. Pandora reports on climate risks, opportunities, and progress in its annual CDP disclosure.

 

BSR

Pandora has been a member of BSR since 2018. We use our membership to advance our understanding of best practice in corporate sustainability management and to collaborate with peers.

 

Responsible Jewellery Council

Pandora has been a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) since 2012. RJC is an international not-for-profit standards and certification organisation with more than 1,000 member companies spanning the jewellery supply chain from mine to retail. 

 

Pandora for Unicef

UNICEF

Pandora and UNICEF have been partnering since 2019 to give young people the tools and opportunities they need to pursue their passions and fulfil their potential. The funds raised are supporting UNICEF’s education, gender equality, rights awareness, personal empowerment and civic engagement programmes. The partnership is also raising funds for UNICEF’s core work across the world to ensure that every child survives and thrives.

 

Nordic Business Network for Human Rights

The Nordic Business Network for Human Rights (NBNHR) is a professional network for global companies who work with human rights impacts in their organisations or supply chains. Moderated by the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR), member companies also include Arla, BioMar, Danfoss, Hempel, IKEA, Lego, Lundbeck, Neste, Norsk Hydro, Novo Nordisk, Statkraft, Vestas and Yara.