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USA: 61+ NGOs call on business leaders to speak out against Trump's travel restrictions at Strategic & Policy Forum
Author: Intl. Corporate Accountability Roundtable, Institute for Human Rights and Business, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility & 61 organizations
"ICAR, IHRB, ICCR, and Co-signers Submit Letter to Business Leaders on President Trump’s Strategic and Policy Forum", 2 Feb 2017...
USA: Corporate Equality Index scores record number of companies full marks for having inclusive policies for LGBT workers
Ministry of labour is taking initiaves to support women workforce in both the government and private sector. The union government is set to increase the maternity leave for women employed in private firms from the existing 12 weeks to 26 weeks. Women...
Author: edie newsroom (UK)
"The green business reaction: Could Brexit 'erode' environmental policies?," 24 Jun 2016...
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Green Deal Cooperation proves transparency is key to limiting long-term financial & environmental risks
Author: Ministry of Economic Affairs, IUCN NL, MVO Nederland, True Price
"It pays to be transparent: Lessons learnt in the Green Deal Cooperation towards Transparency in Natural and Social Capital, 2014 – 2016," May 2016...
Author: Consejería Presidencial de Derechos Humanos Colombia
La Consejera (e) Diana Mendieta y el Ministro británico Lord Price CVO, junto con cerca de 30 empresas del Reino Unido que tienen operación en Colombia, firmaron una declaración en apoyo a La Paz y a los derechos humanos en Colombia. Foto: Oswaldo...
The Human Rights Due Dilligence Working Group of the Global Compact Network Japan, together with Ernst and Young Japan, has published a guide for businesses on incorporating human rights into their operations.
In February 2016, Action de Carême (Swiss Catholic Lenten Fund) and Pain pour le prochain (Bread For All) released a report: "Profit over human rights? Gold mining in Burkina Faso and Switzerland’s responsibility". The full report is only available...