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26 Nov 2014

6 companies nominated for Public Eye Award due to concerns about social & environmental impacts

"The Public Eye sheds a critical light on business practices and provides a platform to civil society organizations to publicly criticize cases of human and labor rights violations, environmental destruction and corruption.  In 2015, the naming & shaming award will be given out in the ultimate category: The Public Eye Lifetime Award. The jury has selected the shortlist for the last online voting from the Hall of Shame where all the past Public Eye Award winners are immortalized.

The winner will be announced at the international press conference in Davos on January 23, 2015 – in the same week as the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum."

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the nominated companies to respond to the concerns raised about them:

More information is available at www.publiceye.ch


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