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13 Apr 2015


Unilever response

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Pier Luigi Sigismondi, Chief Supply Chain Officer, Unilever said: “We are committed to promoting human rights across our supply chain. Our employees are focussed on delivering this as part of the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan and work with many partners to push standards and boundaries where necessary. I am delighted this has been recognised by Oxfam. However, we are under no illusion about the scale of the challenge that remains and recognise where improvements can be made. One area of focus this year will be on empowering women in our supply chain. We will continue to drive change across our business and industry and call on others to do the same."

[Download full response for information on supporting vulnerable people in supply chains adapt to the impacts of climate change]