hide message

What do you think about our communications?

Our website received over 2 million visits last year. We delivered briefings, analysis and met with hundreds of local groups across the world.

We want to understand our audiences better and ensure that our communications, content and products are meeting your needs and driving impact. We would be very grateful if you could input into a quick survey on our communications activities.

Please take 2 minutes to complete a short survey

Thank you

Go to survey hide message

Results found: 87

  • AT&T: Management

    We post our human rights policy online, and we publicize it in a variety of ways, such as by blogging, speaking at public events or sharing with policymakers. We make it available to our employees, particularly those most likely to interact with human...

  • AT&T: Stakeholder engagement

    In 2013, we became the first American company to join the Industry Dialogue (the “Dialogue”) and sign onto its guiding principles. The dialogue comprises a number of telecommunications operators and vendors (both infrastructure and technology...

  • AT&T: Identified human rights issues

    For a view of pertinent human rights issues, please visit AT&T’s materiality assessment: [link]. AT&T engages a diverse range of stakeholders across all parts of our business. Through a regular materiality assessment, we systematically engage...

  • AT&T: Reporting and communication

    Each year we issue an annual sustainability update to summarize our work from the past year, capture progress toward our goals, review key performance indicators and discuss our present and anticipated challenges and opportunities on topics such as...

  • AT&T: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    Our Privacy Policy includes an email address where customers can submit questions about our policy and practices. Our customers also use this email address to submit privacy-related complaints to the company. The site includes a link to TRUSTe for...

  • AT&T: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    In addition to the Industry Dialogue work noted above, AT&T engages with groups such as: CDT: AT&T has been an active supporter of the Center for Democracy and Technology and regularly participates in its free expression working group, as well...

  • What are some of the priority human rights issues for your company?

    Workplace diversity / non-discrimination Freedom of association and trade union rights Displacement and community relocation Freedom of expression and/or right to privacy / digital rights Operations in conflict zones Women Children (including child...

  • Priority human rights issues: What are some of the priority human rights issues for your company?

    Update 2016: Important aspects of human rights due diligence for BASF comprise safety, security and health, social and labor standards, as well as supply chain management. These aspects are – either explicitly or implicitly – integral part of...

  • Aktuelle Menschenrechtsthemen

    Gesundheit (einschließlich eines gesunden und sicheren Arbeitsplatzes, Umweltschutz)   Vielfalt am Arbeitsplatz / Nichtdiskriminierung Zwangsarbeit und Menschenhandel (einschließlich Schleuserbanden) Versammlungsfreiheit und Gewerkschaftsrechte...

  • BT: Management

    BT has global policies which cascade from our statement of business practices (The Way We Work). These include:  Anti-Corruption & Bribery; our Data and Privacy policies; the GS18 Sourcing with Human Dignity standard (which applies to all of BT’s...

  • BT: Actions on freedom of expression & privacy

    Freedom of expression and/or right to privacy / digital rights  - pages 21-24, page 32  of ‘the way we work’. [link] Our commitment to privacy is detailed on [link] An example of BT challenging government policy was a recent suggestion that a...

  • Priority human rights issues: What are some of the priority human rights issues for your company?

    Health (including environmental health, workplace health & safety) Workplace diversity / non-discrimination Sexual harassment Freedom of association and trade union rights Freedom of expression and/or right to privacy/ digital rights Conflict...

  • CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation): Identified human rights issues

    Health (including workplace health & safety, prevention of pollution) Workplace diversity / non-discrimination Forced labour and human trafficking (including in supply chains) Freedom of association and trade union rights Displacement and...

  • Cargill: Policy commitment

    Cargill’s Code of Conduct highlights the company’s policy statements on a variety of topics. It is grounded in our seven Guiding Principles, which are ingrained in our culture and serve as the foundation for the behaviors expected from all of our...

  • Cargill: Identified human rights issues

    The company selected the following from a check list: Health (including environmental health, workplace health & safety)   Workplace  diversity / non-discrimination Forced labour and human trafficking (including in supply chains)   Displacement...

  • Cisco Systems: Stakeholder engagement

    Cisco has an extensive history of engaging on corporate social responsibility issues. In 2014 Cisco held its first stakeholder engagement focused exclusively on human rights. In July 2014, five Cisco senior leaders met with experts from seven global...

  • Cisco Systems: Identified human rights issues

    The company selected the following from a check list: Freedom of Expression and Privacy Product Use: Internet Security Global Standards: Employees Supply Chain (including migrant workers, forced labor risks) Conflict minerals Descriptions of actions...

  • Cisco Systems: Actions on core labour rights (including freedom of association)

    To safeguard the rights of our employees, we follow our COBC, which includes our commitment to uphold human rights. We also rely on our many employee policies and guidelines that incorporate relevant laws and ethical principles—including those...

  • Cisco Systems: Actions on freedom of expression & privacy

    As a technology leader, we believe that upholding the rights to freedom of expression and privacy are fundamental to our business and society. We strongly support freedom of expression and open communication on the Internet, and we are proud of our...

  • Cisco Systems: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Product Use We believe our role in providing more people across the world with access to the Internet is hugely important and that operating in most countries brings more benefits than if we were not present. In all countries where we do business, our...

Pages