If you own shares in a company then you can have a say in what that company does.
The ACCR works with shareholders to channel their ownership powers toward making companies more responsible and transparent.
If you own shares in listed companies, are interested in corporate democracy or want to find our more about the work of the ACCR, join us for a webinar with our Executive Director Brynn O'Brien and head of Shareholder Engagement Emma Batchelor.
The webinar will start at 5pm AEST, Wednesday May 27th. It is hosted on Zoom.
Register for the webinar
In this webinar Brynn O'Brien will discuss how the ACCR, together with 100 registered shareholders, puts shareholder resolutions on issues like climate change, political lobbying, decent work, and human rights to Australian companies.
Following this, Emma will provide practical information on:
- Making use of your power as a shareholder
- Registering and updating your shareholdings with the ACCR
- Letting your friends and family know about our work
Let us know if you have any questions about the running of the event by emailing email@example.com.
Brynn O'Brien, Executive Director ACCR
Brynn is a lawyer with a background in human rights, global work and migration issues. She is an expert on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Her experience traverses both commercial and human rights law, and she has worked extensively in the field of human trafficking and slavery in global supply chains. Brynn holds a Master of Laws from Columbia University in New York and a Bachelor of Medical Science and Bachelor of Laws with first class honours from UTS.
Emma Batchelor, Shareholder Engagement ACCR
Emma has a background in communications, event and project management and publishing. She is the Founder and Editor of Leiden Magazine, an online destination for fashion, beauty, health and fitness and holds a Bachelor of Medical Science with first class Honours in Immunology. Emma has a particular interest in ethical and sustainable practices in the fashion industry.