Mitglied des UN Global Compact
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Autor/in: Jeff Shaw, Multinational Monitor
The brutality of the ruling military junta, the elegance of the Burmese democratic movement and the strategic savvy of an international solidarity movement have spurred a multinational corporate procession out of the country, and away from support for...
- Mit Bezug auf: Unocal lawsuit (re Myanmar)
- Betreffende Unternehmen: Arco (part of BP) BP Chevron Children's Place Citibank (part of Citigroup) Citigroup J.P. Morgan (part of JPMorgan Chase) Jones Group JPMorgan Chase Kenneth Cole Perry Ellis International Texaco (part of Chevron) Total Unocal (part of Chevron)
Autor/in: Emma Sjöström, PhD Student, for the Nordic Partnership
[PDF] [refers to Novo Nordisk (part of Novo Group), Danisco, Nordea, Total, Calvert, KLD, Vigeo, Standard & Poor's (part of McGraw Hill)]
- Mit Bezug auf: Nordic Partnership report finds lack of standardised screening makes SRI indexes hard to compare
- Betreffende Unternehmen: Danisco McGraw Hill Nordea Bank Novo Group Novo Nordisk (part of Novo Group) S&P Dow Jones Indices (joint venture S&P Global, CME Group, News Corp.) Standard & Poor's (part of S&P Global) Total Vigeo
Autor/in: Tamara Bekefi, independent working paper commissioned by Intl. Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)
This paper examines the practical ways in which the oil and gas sector has been grappling with human rights in its day-to-day operations. [refers to BP, Shell, Anglo American, ChevronTexaco, Conoco Phillips, ExxonMobil, Norsk Hydro, Newmont, Rio Tinto,...
Autor/in: United Nations Development Programme
Prime Minister Jacques Sylla...launched a programme in Antananarivo, Madagascar, to have international companies and local businesses promote business activity to reduce poverty and help achieve the Millennium Development Goals. [refers to EDF, Total,...
Autor/in: Human Rights Watch
More than four billion dollars in state oil revenue disappeared from Angolan government coffers from 1997-2002, roughly equal to the entire sum the government spent on all social programs in the same period, Human Rights Watch said in a report released...
- Mit Bezug auf: Human Rights Watch report: Angola must account for $4.2 billion missing oil revenues & audit state-owned oil company Sonangol
- Betreffende Unternehmen: BP ExxonMobil Sonangol Total
Autor/in: Tobias Webb, Ethical Corporation
The Compact is currently undertaking an impact assessment study on its impact on business and civil society in order to have a better idea of its impact and general performance. [refers to Total, Suez, Jaguar Mining]