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Nos engagements

Développement durable

Consciente de l’importance de la dimension extra-financière (Environnementale, Sociale/Sociétale, de Gouvernance) dans le développement et la croissance pérenne des entreprises, la Société de Gestion prend en compte des critères ESG dans l’analyse fondamentale des sociétés du portefeuilles. Chaque année, la composition des portefeuilles d’Indépendance et Expansion est revue et un rapport au titre des critères ESG est établi par un expert indépendant.

La Société de Gestion s’engage par ailleurs dans une action sociale de mécénat.

Nos engagements

Agir en investisseurs responsables

Gaïa-Index EthiFinance

Indépendance et Expansion s’appuie sur les analyses de Gaïa Rating, département d’EthiFinance. Gaïa Rating est spécialisée dans l’analyse et la notation ESG (Environnement, Social et de Gouvernance) des PME/ETI. Chaque année depuis 2009, Gaïa Rating mène une campagne de collecte de données ESG couvrant des PME et ETI cotées françaises et européennes. Plus de 500 entreprises ont été couvertes en 2017. Sur la base de ces informations, les sociétés sont notées sur leur niveau de transparence et de performance.

Lien vers le rapport Gaïa-Rating

Action sociale : mécénat

Mécénat

Dans le cadre de sa responsabilité ESG, la Société de Gestion soutient financièrement le monastère de Buta au Burundi. Le monastère de Buta promeut le développement des populations locales par le biais notamment de l'association Base Jeunesse.

La Société de Gestion soutient par ailleurs Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), une ONG internationale qui cumule près de 40 ans d'expérience aux côtés des réfugiés dans les situations post-conflit, les centres de détention, les zones frontalières éloignées, les agglomérations urbaines et les camps de réfugiés.

Le message de JRS :

"In 2017, 68.5 million people across the world were driven from their homes due to war, natural disasters and other crises. Of these, more than 25 million were refugees, forced out of their own countries because of violence and conflict. Most of these refugees try to look for safety in countries next to their own, with the result that 85% of all refugees are hosted in poor countries in the Global South. Europe hosts only 2.6 million refugees, many of whom have risked their lives making perilous journeys by sea and land because they cannot find a safer and better life elsewhere.

These rising numbers demand urgent action and solidarity, a call to which Stanwahr has been responding through its support of the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), an international NGO with nearly 40 years of experience working alongside refugees in post-conflict settings, detention centres, remote border areas, urban settlements, and refugee camps. In 2017 over 637,000 refugees were supported by JRS programmes in more than 50 countries. Stanwahr values JRS’s work in education, psycho-social support, livelihoods, and reconciliation, and its advocacy on behalf of refugees, in Europe and around the world.

For JRS, helping forcibly displaced persons to enter the job market and generate income is a way to assist refugees in their drive to be self-reliant. The ability to work and support themselves and their families restores the dignity, confidence, and hope of refugees. The fact that a refugee contributes to the economic and social life of the community also promotes her integration in that community. JRS offers technical training and other assistance to refugees seeking to gain employment.

JRS also supports income-generating activities, by providing grants, credit, equipment, and other resources for entrepreneurship. In South Africa, for example, the Arrupe Training Centres in Johannesburg and Pretoria offer courses in computing, hairstyling, cosmetology, manicure, and baking. In France, as in other European countries, JRS is supporting refugees to integrate into the job market: besides providing skills-training and language classes, professional recruitment staff accompany refugees in their hunt for jobs, and support them with CV and interview preparation. They also provide ongoing mentoring for refugees who have found a job. JRS and Stanwahr share the conviction that supporting refugees in their effort to enter the job market constitutes one of the best forms of investment in their future: a refugee with a job or who runs a business is an asset for her family, and a gift to the host community. This is why Stanwahr chooses to partner with JRS and to support its work.

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