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Take a look at the various services we provide to help make your GRI report easier to navigate and to ensure your disclosures are aligned with GRI and, where applicable the SDGs.
Which Services do we offer?

Following the launch of the GRI Standards on October 19th, the GRI Report Services Team has hosted a webinar to explain how the GRI Alignment Services have been updated to accomodate the new GRI Standards. The webinar also discusses the validity of the current G4 Services, touches upon the development of new Services, and answers to some of the questions from reporters.

You may listen to the recording here.

Content Index Service
Materiality Disclosures Service
SDG Mapping 

​Quick Facts

Improve the accuracy and usability of your GRI Content Index and ensure its alignment with the GRI Standards/GRI G4 Guidelines

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Materiality of information is at the center of sustainability reporting.This service confirms that the disclosures related to Materiality are correctly located in the GRI Content Index and in the text of your final report. ​

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Making the link to the SDGs clearer, the SDG Mapping Service can give your internal and external stakeholders more faith in your reporting, thereby increasing trust.

GRI will confirm that the SDGs are correctly mapped against the GRI disclosures from the GRI G4 Guidelines and the disclosures are easily traceable in the report. ​

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GRI Standards offer more flexibility to reporters through their modular structure. Reporters who do not use the Standards in their entirity to report on their material topics, may now use the 'GRI-referenced' claim.

GRI will confirm that the 'GRI-referenced' claim is transparent and aligned with the GRI Standards.  

Disclaimer: GRI services do not verify, check or pass judgment on the quality of the disclosures within a report nor the process of preparing the disclosures. That responsibility remains with the reporting organization and its stakeholders. GRI’s services are not an external assurance engagement. They are complementary to assurance, as they indicate that specific elements are in line with GRI’s Guidelines. Sector-specific are outside of the scope of the Services.