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General Mills is 1st major food company to commit to decrease emissions across operations & supply chain to reduce human impact on climate change
Author: Marc Gunther, Guardian Sustainable Business
“General Mills joins climate change fight and requires pledges from suppliers too” - 28 July 2014 ...
Author: Ama Marston, Marston Consulting
"Women, Business and Human Rights: A background paper for the UN Working Group on Discrimination Against Women in Law and Practice", 7 Mar 2014 ...
Author: Marta Kasztelan, Ruom (Cambodia)
…[W]omen and men employed in Cambodia’s garment manufacturing industry donned the very items they labour to produce as they took part in…[the] “Beautiful Clothes, Ugly Reality” fashion Show...[The] models...carried signs…asking for the retraction of...
[PDF] Evidence of Corporate Disclosure relevant to the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
This research was conducted to inform understanding of how companies currently report on their human rights performance, and how this maps against the UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights. The research reviewed corporate disclosure of...
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[PDF] Workers & minorities bear the brunt of abuse - Business & human rights in Eastern Europe & Central Asia
Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
This briefing provides an update about businesses’ impacts on human rights in Eastern Europe &...
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Thousands of workers at a major shoe factory in China, which supplies brands including Nike and Adidas, are striking over social security payments. Workers at the Yue Yuen factory, in the southern industrial hub Dongguan, are demanding better social...
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Author: Greg Rossiter, Nike
...After the incidents, we immediately began working with BFC [Better Factories Cambodia] and the Sabrina factory to verify the facts related to the protests. We conveyed our concerns directly to the Cambodian government about the need for worker...
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- This is a response from the following companies: Nike
- Country: Cambodia
Author: Gina-Marie Cheeseman, TriplePundit
Burberry Group...announced its commitment...to removing all hazardous chemicals from its supply chain by Jan...2020. To achieve this goal, Burberry will set up “mechanisms for disclosure and transparency” for the hazardous chemicals used in its supply...
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