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17 March 2020
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Author: Rebelión

“BBVA el banco español que más invierte en el negocio de la guerra” - 13 de marzo de 2020...

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2 March 2020
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2 March 2020

French companies are not fully meeting climate obligations under Duty of Vigilance law, study finds

Further information, including the full benchmark report, is available here (in French).

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20 January 2020
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13 December 2019

France: Report examines whether Duty of Vigilance law incentivises companies to improve human rights reporting

As part of a two-phase study, Shift examined whether the French Duty of Vigilance Law had any influence on the maturity of the companies’ public disclosure, as measured against the expectations of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights ...

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12 December 2019
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Author: Amnesty International France

« Crimes de guerre et entreprises d’armement : une enquête s’impose », 12 décembre 2019...

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30 October 2019

European companies respond to AFL-CIO report alleging use of anti-union tactics in American South

The AFL-CIO report "The Double Standard at Work: European Corporate Investment and Workers' Rights in the American South", published in October 2019 examines European companies’ choices on workers’ organizing rights in Southern states of the United...

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29 October 2019

Response by Airbus

Author: Airbus spokesperson

“Airbus has the same high standards for processes, quality and employee well-being regardless of our manufacturing location. We selected Mobile for our U.S. assembly line because it had an existing aviation infrastructure in the under-utilized Brookley...

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15 September 2019
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13 September 2019

Amnesty International report finds arms companies failing to address human rights risks; incl. co comments

The defence sector plays an important yet often overlooked role in the supply of military goods and services to countries involved in committing human rights violations, argues Amnesty International. For their report "Outsourcing Responsibilty", the...

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