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4 February 2015
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Autor/in: Benjamin Bourinat, Le Nouvel Observateur (France)

« Davos : les chefs d'entreprises s'engagent pour les droits des homosexuels. Un signal fort », 3 février 2015...

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28 January 2015
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Autor/in: Salil Shetty, Amnesty International

"Les sociétés ont des droits. Nous avons besoin d'un traité mondial sur leurs responsabilités", 23 janvier 2015...

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22 January 2015
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The World Economic Forum is underway this week in Davos, Switzerland. Check latest news from the B-Team - and stories related to business and human rights are below.

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22 January 2015
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Autor/in: Jo Confino, Guardian (UK)

Christiana Figueres, who heads up the global climate change talks, was visibly moved as she urged business leaders to take action to avoid runaway climate change at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos on Thursday......

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22 January 2015
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Autor/in: Salil Shetty, Amnesty International, in Guardian (UK)

“Corporations have rights. Now we need a global treaty on their responsibilities,” 21 Jan 2015...

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21 January 2015

Soziale Veränderung durch innovative Businessmodelle: Sozialunternehmen in Davos

Autor/in: Deutsche Welle, Manuela Kasper-Claridge

"Soziale Unternehmer: Die Welt retten", Deutsche Welle, Manuela Kasper-Claridge, 21. Januar 2015...

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20 January 2015
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Autor/in: Jo Confino, Guardian (UK)

In an annual PwC survey of chief executives, global warming didn’t even make the list of key concerns or priorities, falling far below regulation and taxation...

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28 October 2014
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Autor/in: Simon Goodely, Guardian (UK)

The UK has slipped out of the top 20 countries for gender equality and the gap between men and women in the workplace has widened, according to a report that places Britain behind the Scandinavian countries and the Philippines. Research by the World...

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12 September 2014
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25 May 2014
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Autor/in: Jakarta Globe (Indonesia)

Income inequality and climate change are pressing issues that East Asia needs to resolve, the co-chairs of the 23rd World Economic Forum on East Asia concluded…In this respect, quality education and human resources development are crucial to address...

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