Adrian Henriques

Accountability & Transparency

Adrian Henriques is an adviser on corporate responsibility, social accountability and sustainability with over 20 years’ experience working with companies, NGOs, social enterprises and the public sector.  He has produced research on social sustainability, consulted and taught widely on accountability, standards, stakeholder engagement, social impact measurement and social auditing.

He is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants’ Global Sustainability Forum and Chair of the UK mirror committee for ISO 26000. Adrian was for five years a member of the Global Reporting Initiative Steering Committee, and was formerly Head of Accountability at the New Economics Foundation. He has also worked for the International Society for Ecology and Culture, an NGO campaigning on economic globalisation. For a number of years prior to that, Adrian was a management consultant for PriceWaterhouseCoopers in financial services.

His publications include: ‘Quantifying natural and social capital: guidelines on valuing the invaluable’, ‘Understanding ISO 26000 – a practical approach to social responsibility’, ‘Corporate Impact: measuring and managing your social footprint’, ‘Corporate Truth: the limits to transparency’, ‘Focus on Sustainability and its Implications for CSR’ and ‘The Triple Bottom Line – does it all add up?’  Adrian is Visiting Professor of Accountability and CSR at Middlesex University Business School. 

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