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Results found: 30

  • AT&T: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Worldwide deployment of advanced technology is enabling an unprecedented ability to communicate and exchange information around the globe. This free flow of information can bring enormous social and economic benefits. Governments are responsible for...

  • BG Group: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Challenges: - When a company is a non-operator or a minority partner without an operational mandate in a joint venture, the company is limited in what it can do to implement its human rights commitments. - Integrating human rights commitments...

  • 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...

  • British American Tobacco: Reporting and communication

    We publicly report on human rights in three ways as follows: (i) our Annual Reports and Accounts; (ii) our Sustainability Reports and (iii) our Corporate Website, bat.com. Information is presented in a number of different ways, to meet the needs of...

  • CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation): Management

    CNOOC Limited supports the guidelines regarding human rights outlined in the United Nations Global Compact and actively practices these principles. Regarding human rights, CNOOC Limited abides by the best practices in the industry and strictly follows...

  • Daimler: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Daimler AG participates in a range of human rights initiatives, such as: - German National Action Plan: The action plan aims to apply the guiding principles of the United Nations for business and human rights for the activities of German companies...

  • Johnson & Johnson: Actions on conflict minerals

    Along with governments, NGOs, the investment community and other corporations, Johnson & Johnson is concerned with human rights violations, such as forced labor, sexual violence, human trafficking and child labor, which we understand are occurring...

  • MTN: Management

    Group level, country-specific, and business continuity risks and mitigation/ management and compliance processes in all MTN countries of operation are addressed and managed through the Group’s Business Risk Management process, which includes a list of...

  • Microsoft: Reporting and communication

    We communicate our progress meeting our human rights commitment in our annual Microsoft Citizenship Report and through public forums, and engagements with human rights experts, academics, and other stakeholders. In addition, since early 2013,...

  • Nestlé: Governance

    The Nestlé Human Rights Working Group (HRWG) aims to strengthen the effectiveness and improve the coordination of human rights-related activities and initiatives across the entire company. The HRWG meets on a bi-monthly basis in order to: Supervise...

  • Nestlé: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Some of the main challenges we face in the implementation of our Human Rights Due Diligence Programme are:  The lack of coordination among governments, international and civil society organisations and business to tackle systemic human rights issues...

  • Nike: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    One worker protection expectation of NIKE, Inc. is that contract factories establish grievance systems. At the end of FY13, 82% of contract factories had such systems in place and were in compliance with NIKE standards. Of those in compliance, 70% of...

  • Pernod Ricard: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    A common framework recognized by all states would be appreciated.

  • Sanofi: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Among the obstacles disclosed to implement our human rights commitments we can note that this subject remains a complex issue: The huge number of topics makes priorisation essential yet existing guidance is poor. The link with CSR is hard to...

  • Shell: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Shell operates in environments where we require close cooperation and support of governments to complement our own strong human rights processes, standards and policies. However Governments do not always share the same approach and thus the legal...

  • Target: Stakeholder engagement

    Engaging with our stakeholders and listening to their ideas, concerns and perspectives is vital to understanding the issues facing the communities where Target does business. We have ongoing relationships with community leaders, government agencies...

  • Target: Reporting and communication

    In addition to ongoing relationships and conversations with community leaders, government agencies and nongovernmental organizations, we communicate our social compliance and human rights commitments through the following Target channels: - Corporate...

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

    The U.N Guiding Principles confirmed our approach to human rights. We are looking to go beyond traditional factory audits to more proactively address issues like underage labor, forced/bonded labor, and human trafficking. This includes more...

  • Telefónica: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Global Network Initiative (GNI), as a member of the Telecom Industry Dialogue on Freedom of Expression and Privacy: [link]   The Global Compact in Spain Working Group on Business and Human Rights to guide the implementation of the Guiding Principles...

  • Tesco: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    There are various challenges across the world due to differing approaches to regulation and enforcement of the law, which in many instances is due to a limited capacity or capability of governments to enforce the rule of law across its geographies....

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