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21 March 2001

New drill for oil companies

Author: Human Rights & Business Matters, newsletter of Amnesty International UK Business Group

It is not every day that seven giant oil and mining companies, nine human rights NGOs and corporate responsibility groups, and the American and British governments come together to ‘recognize that security and respect for human rights can and should...

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Article
21 March 2001

The City and human rights activists - unlikely bedfellows?

Author: Rachel Crossley, in Human Rights & Business Matters, newsletter of Amnesty International UK Business Group

Rachel Crossley, senior analyst at Friends Ivory & Sime, focuses on the role of shareholder activism [Note: To access this article, scroll down from the "Campaign Update" article...it is underneath]

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Article
21 March 2001

Voluntary principles on security and human rights for the extractive sector

Author: Bennett Freeman [former Deputy Assistant Secretary - Democracy, Human Rights and Labour - U.S. State Department], in Human Rights & Business Matters, newsletter of Amnesty International UK Business Group

Bennett Freeman outlines the process of finding common ground and sets out the principles

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Article
11 March 2001

British firms fan flames of war: Western cash is pouring into oilfields intensifying a bloody 18-year conflict [Sudan]

Author: Julie Flint, Observer [UK]

[refers to Rolls-Royce and Weir Pumps]

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Story
1 March 2001

Overview of Recent Developments on Monitoring and Verification in the Garment and Sportswear Industry in Europe

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Article
11 February 2001

Can schools survive commercial drive? [UK]

Author: Nick Mathiason, Observer [UK]

Under Labour, corporations are moving inexorably into the classroom. It started with 'free' computers - now they're running buildings and teachers

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Article
28 January 2001

Sincerity Test for Codes of Conduct

Author: Earthrights International

[comments on the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights]

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Article
25 January 2001

Guarding Human Rights in Conflict Zones

Author: sponsored section of the International Herald Tribune [sponsored by the International Chamber of Commerce]

[comments on the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights]

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Company non-response
19 January 2001

Edinburgh Woollen Mill did not respond to: Labour Behind the Label report examines to what extent workers in supply chains of UK high street brands are being paid a living wage.

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Article
22 December 2000

Can World Economy Help Poor?

Author: Business Day [Johannesburg]

[commenting on the UK Government's second White Paper]

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