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Results found: 81

  • AT&T: Governance

    Our Human Rights in Communication Policy is owned by our Chief Sustainability Officer, with input from our Chief Privacy Officer and other business units affected by this issue, such as supply chain, legal and compliance.  The Chief Sustainability...

  • Anadarko: Governance

    Risks to human rights are assessed in our Enterprise Risk Management process, which is reported through our Governance and Risk Committee of the Board of Directors.

  • Anglo American: Governance

    Lead responsibility for human rights is with government and social affairs (from a policy and impact management perspective), while accountability is with the Group CEO and business unit CEOs. Board oversight: Group CEO and business unit CEOs, as well...

  • Anheuser-Busch InBev: Governance

    Lead responsibility for Human Rights is shared by the Better World/CSR and People/Human Resources teams. A cross-functional Human Rights Working Group is in charge of setting/reviewing the grievance mechanism, developing training materials and KPIs,...

  • Archer Daniels Midland: Governance

    Any violation of ADM’s human rights policy could constitute a risk to our supply chain, and therefore to our business more broadly. For these reasons, human rights issues ultimately fall under the auspices of our company’s board of directors, which is...

  • Archer Daniels Midland: Management

    Any violation of ADM’s human rights policy could constitute a risk to our supply chain, and therefore to our business more broadly. Human rights issues fall under the auspices of ADM’s Integrated Risk Management Committee, which consists of personnel...

  • BG Group: Governance

    BG Group’s Executive Vice President, Policy and Corporate Affairs is responsible for ensuring compliance with the Human Rights Policy. BG Group’s Head of Social Performance manages implementation of our Human Rights Policy and Social Performance...

  • BG Group: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    In 2011, BG Group established a human rights taskforce, to formalise and strengthen its approach to human rights due diligence, in response to the UN Guiding Principles. BG Group takes a cross-functional approach to assessing and managing human rights...

  • BHP Billiton: Governance

    We acknowledge that as an extractive company, our activities have the potential to impact on human rights and we address these through our core business practices. These include labour conditions, activities of security forces, local community...

  • Bank of America: Governance

    In 2014, we established a new Global CSR Committee reporting to the CEO. The Committee provides a forum for dialogue around emerging CSR issues, including concerns raised by advocates, regulators and influencers. Having the Committee reporting to the...

  • How are human rights governed in your company?

    Human rights and compliance are integral part of our sustainability management. http://www.annualreport2015.bayer.com/management-report-annexes/fundamental-information-about-the-group/sustainability-management-and-governance.html To us, sustainability...

  • British American Tobacco: Governance

    Strategy and Relevance Sustainability is one of the key pillars of our Group strategy, of which human rights is an important part. Most recently, BAT’s Board Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Committee agreed to a new Sustainability Agenda. This...

  • British American Tobacco: Actions on tax avoidance & revenue disclosure

    Example 2 - Transparency in payments to governments Our Standards of Business Conduct set out our policy on political donations. Contributions from our companies to political parties and organisations, their officers, elected politicians and...

  • Cargill: Governance

    Cargill’s Business Conduct Committee oversees the company’s ethics and compliance program with responsibility to ensure that the company has an effective overall program, designed, implemented and enforced to prevent and detect violations of the law....

  • Cisco Systems: Governance

    Cisco has adopted a formal human rights governance structure to support implementation of the company’s Human Rights Roadmap. Our cross-functional Human Rights Working Group includes experts from across the business, including Supply Chain, Ethics,...

  • Coca-Cola: Governance

    The Public Issues and Diversity Review Committee of the Board of Directors, chaired by former U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexis Herman, has overall human rights policy oversight of the policies and their implementation. Global Workplace Rights within...

  • Coca-Cola: Actions on forced labour & trafficking

    In 2014, we began conducting country level human rights due diligence studies on forced labor, child labor and land rights that will eventually encompass 28 countries by 2020.  We have Board of Directors metrics for these studies, including...

  • Coca-Cola: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    We have had since 2005 five baseline strategies to identify and mitigate human rights risk: (1) Early issue identification and expeditious resolution of issues (2) Defining what the Company stands for (3) Engaging stakeholders and critics proactively ...

  • Daimler: Governance

    The responsibility for human rights issues belongs to the Board of Management division “Integrity and Legal Affairs” and is corporate wide managed within this division. To ensure the involvement of relevant corporate functions, human rights issues...

  • Deutsche Bank: How are human rights governed in your company?

    We have integrated human rights risks into the due diligence process of our group-wide Environmental and Social (ES) Policy Framework. Our approach to managing ES risks is based on our ES Policy Framework which specifies the requirements for ES due...

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