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Myanmar: Coca-Cola discloses ties to controversial jade industry in new report under US Burma Reporting Requirements
Author: Mauricio Lazala et Joe Bardwell, Centre de Ressources sur les Entreprises et les Droits de l'Homme, dans Open Global Rights
... Les entreprises peuvent être un interlocuteur très important dans la protection des populations vulnérables dans les pays répressifs, en particulier là où les violations qui ont lieu sont en lien avec leur secteur d’activité et quand de grands...
Author: Mauricio Lazala & Joe Bardwell, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre on Open Global Rights
... Companies can be a powerful voice in the protection of the vulnerable in repressive countries, particularly where abuses are taking place linked to their industry and when they are major investors. Unfortunately, many companies remain unwilling to...
California won't say which companies must report under law on human trafficking in supply chains - comment by law prof. Jonathan Todres
Author: Jonathan Todres, Georgia State Univ. College of Law (USA), on CNN Freedom Project
"Legal glitch means trafficking transparency law isn't so transparent"...
Companies investing in Myanmar have moral obligation to take public stand against persecution of Rohingya, says expert
Author: Michael Kourabas for Triple Pundit
"Multinational Businesses and the Plight of the Rohingya", 11 June 2015...
Author: Adam Vaughan, Guardian (UK)
"British companies call on David Cameron to take stronger climate action",...
Author: India Resource Centre
Coca-Cola’s claims on their water management at their disputed bottling plant in Varanasi, India are now under investigation by the court and the government. The India Resource Center has also written to the state and national pollution regulatory...
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