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5 May 2003

Danish Centre for Human Rights - Human Rights & Business Project

The Human Rights & Business Project is jointly sponsored by Confederation of Danish Industries, Danish Centre for Human Rights & Industrialization Fund for Developing Countries. "The 3 organizations have joined forces in a research programme...

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21 April 2003

FTSE4Good raises the bar for companies

Author: Tobias Webb, Ethical Corporation Magazine

FTSE Group recently announced a new, more stringent set of human rights criteria for companies in the socially responsible index series FTSE4Good...FTSE are trialling the human rights standards on the global upstream oil gas and mining sector...They...

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4 April 2003

Company Policies for EEO [Equal Employment Opportunities] in Health Services

Author: International Labour Organization

[Johns Hopkins Health System and The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Kowloon Hospital, Medi-Clinic, Netcare Hospital Group, Queensland Health - Cairns District Health Service]

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4 April 2003

"Implementation and monitoring", in Human Rights Guidelines for Companies

Author: Amnesty International UK Business Group

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4 April 2003

Global Reporting Initiative: 2002 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines

Author: Global Reporting Initiative

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Article
4 April 2003

Future 500

Author: Future 500

Future 500 is a global network of companies seeking to learn how to maximize their triple bottom lines.

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Article
4 April 2003

Company Policies for EEO [Equal Employment Opportunities] in Chemicals and Chemical Products Manufacturing

Author: International Labour Organization

[Bridgestone Australia, DuPont, Glaxo Wellcome, Helene Curtis, Merck, Zeneca]

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4 April 2003

Company Policies for EEO [Equal Employment Opportunities] in Textiles, Clothing and Leather Manufacturing

Author: International Labour Organization

[The Bata Shoe Organization, Courtaulds, Irvin Aerospace Canada Limited, Sara Lee]

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4 April 2003

Company Policies for EEO [Equal Employment Opportunities] in Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Industry

Author: International Labour Organization

[Boise Cascade, BRL Hardy Limited, Sea Harvest Corporation Limited]

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Article
3 April 2003

UK firms face £73 billion age discrimination bill

Author: HR Gateway

In the first year of the 2006 age discrimination legislation alone, employers may have to pay out £193 million in claims unless they start the process of compliance now, it has been warned...with an overall price for the legislation of £73 billion

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