To: Peter Pack, IEC Chair AI members approached companies in the 1990s and early 2000s, with great success, under the guidance of Geoffrey Chandler; this started in the UK and was taken up, at Geoffrey's instigation, by other Sections. It had the greatest influence among major international companies, persuading them to accept responsibility for their impact on human rights, social and economic. It demonstrated the effectiveness of engaging companies positively, using shaming and blaming as a means towards effective engagement. For a variety of reasons, this work has diminished in the last few years. Now, as AI begins its work on economic, social and cultural rights with the Demand Dignity campaign, we call on the IEC to undertake an urgent review of policy and strategy on this issue.