Rutgers & Posch has a strong drive to help make society better. We give shape to this in various ways, by doing what we do best. We remove legal obstacles to allow others to do what they do best: improving society in one way or another.
Among other things, Rutgers & Posch supports the Amsterdam Kleinkunst Festival and partners with World Press Photo Foundation by providing them with legal advice.
The Global Alliance of Impact Lawyers (GAIL) is a community of legal leaders who use the practice of law to make a positive impact on people and the planet.
The Amsterdam Kleinkunst Festival is the only organization in the Netherlands where cabaret artists in all phases of their careers are welcome and challenged. From an independent position, they identify relevant developments in the genre, scout upcoming talents, offer tailored professional guidance and provide space for encounter and experimentation.
The World Press Photo Foundation believes in the power of showing and the importance of seeing high-quality visual stories.
We are aware of our legacy, in every sense of the word. That is why we do our best to minimise the traces that we leave behind for future generations to deal with. We reduce our emissions where we can. What we cannot reduce – emissions that are generally unavoidable – we compensate by means of the carefully chosen programme Treesforall.
Rutgers & Posch respects the internationally recognized human rights as described in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. We explicitly expect our employees, suppliers and business partners to respect these rights as well. Both within their own organisation as well as in their direct stakeholder network.