David M. Schilling

Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

Rev. David M. Schilling is program director for the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, a coalition of 275 Catholic, Jewish, and Protestant organizations. For twelve years, Schilling has worked with ICCR members and associates on a range of global corporate accountability issues including human rights and labor rights in the contract supplier system. Schilling, a United Methodist minister, has participated in delegations to Mexico, El Salvador, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Turkey, Vietnam and China visiting factories and meeting with workers and non-governmental organizations.He is on the International Advisory Network of the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre and the Global Reporting Initiative’s Working Group on the Apparel, Footwear Industry. Schilling 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 and was a member of President Clinton's Anti-Sweatshop Task Force.

Featured Work

MAR 22, 2007 Podcast

The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility and the Emergence of Corporate Human Rights Policies

This talk was part of the event "Taking Stock of Business and Human Rights: Policies and Practices," cosponsored by the Business and Human Rights Resource ...

MAR 22, 2007 Podcast

Taking Stock of Business and Human Rights: Policies and Practices

Christine Bader, Joanne Bauer, and David Schilling discuss corporate social responsibility.

MAR 22, 2007 Podcast

Taking Stock of Business and Human Rights: Policies and Practices

Christine Bader, Joanne Bauer, and David Schilling discuss corporate social responsibility.

MAR 22, 2007 Podcast

Taking Stock of Business and Human Rights: Policies and Practices

Christine Bader, Joanne Bauer, and David Schilling discuss corporate social responsibility.

MAR 22, 2007 Transcript

Taking Stock of Business and Human Rights: Policies and Practices

Christine Bader, Joanne Bauer, and David Schilling discuss corporate social responsibility.