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David M. Schilling

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Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

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Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

475 Riverside Drive

New York City, New York,10115

United States

Company Description

About the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) Currently celebrating its 44th year, ICCR is the pioneer coalition of active shareholders who view the management of their investments as a catalyst for change. Its 300 member organizations with ov... more.

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Global Partnerships Forum: Newsroom

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Key speakers included, Mr. Peter Freedman, Managing Director of The Consumer Goods Forum; Ms. Zoe McMahon, Director, Global Social and Environmental Responsibility, Hewlett-Packard (Chair of the GSCP Executive Board); Rev. David Schilling, Director of Human Rights and Resources Programs, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (Chair of the GSCP Advisory Board); and Mr. Didier Bergeret, Executive Head of the GSCP.


Global Partnerships Forum: Newsroom

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Key speakers included, Mr. Peter Freedman, Managing Director, of The Consumer Goods Forum; Ms. Zoe McMahon, Director, Global Social and Environmental Responsibility, Hewlett-Packard (Chair of the GSCP Executive Board); Rev. David Schilling, Director of Human Rights and Resources Programs, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (Chair of the GSCP Advisory Board); and Mr. Didier Bergeret, Head of the GSCP.


Our Staff | ICCR (Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility)

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David Schilling
Senior Program Director - Human Rights & Resources phone: 212-870-2928 email: dschilling@iccr.org David provides broad-based leadership to ICCRs programmatic functions, working closely with management, other program staff and members to develop and implement issue-based strategy. See more.


How Staff Advance ICCR's Mission | ICCR (Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility)

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David Schilling participates in human trafficking panel, Rome


Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility : Staff

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David Schilling
David Schilling Senior Program Director, Human Rights and Resources David Schilling has worked at ICCR since 1994 and is Program Director of Human Rights. A United Methodist minister and the son of missionaries teaching in Korea, he grew up in Wisconsin. He credits a year studying at The American University in Beirut with giving him a global perspective. When he returned to the U.S., he began to work against militarism, the Vietnam War, racial inequality and economic injustice. He met and listened to Martin Luther King and Malcolm X; he worked closely with Cesar Chavez building support within the religious community for the farm workers struggle for justice while serving as a minister in northern California. He co-directed the disarmament program of Riverside Church in New York City and was program coordinator of the Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA. David's position with ICCR has continued this work. He has pushed for corporate accountability on issues of human and labor rights in the contract supplier system. He has participated with ICCR members in delegations to China, Central America, Indonesia, Mexico, Thailand, Turkey, Vietnam, visiting factories and meeting with workers. He sees the corporate responsibility movement as key to fighting systemic injustice, and ultimately, "influencing the influencers" to do the right thing. "There is impatience with the way things are, while recognizing that patience is needed to bring about change," he said of his work. He is a regional advisor to the Institute for Human Rights and Business, chaired by Mary Robinson, former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. David was a member of the Independent Monitoring Working Group for six years which supported independent monitors at Gap supplier factories in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala; a member of President Clinton's Anti-Sweatshop Task Force and the Global Reporting Initiative's Working Group on the Apparel, Footwear Industry. David has a bachelor's degree from Carroll College in Wisconsin in religion and sociology; a masters of divinity from Union Theological Seminary; a graduate of the International Fellows Program, Columbia University and an advanced professional studies certificate from Pacific School of Religion.


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