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20 December 2001

Firms pressured over equal pay [UK]

Author: BBC News

A UK trade union is attempting to force Rolls Royce, BAE Systems and other leading employers [a total of 10,000 businesses] to reveal whether or not they offer equal rates of pay to men and women.

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19 April 2003

In the green dock: corporate targets [sub-section of article entitled "Asda 'exploiting loophole' for store space"]

Author: Julia Finch & Neil Hume, Guardian [UK]

FoE [Friends of the Earth] is also targeting some of Britain's largest listed firms, which it claims are putting profits before people and the environment; it has bought shares in 18 publicly quoted firms and has been questioning boards about the...

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19 May 2003

A Catalogue of Failures: G8 Arms Exports and Human Rights Violations

Author: Amnesty International

As this study shows, the governments of the G8 authorize unparalleled levels of arms and related assistance to the world's armed forces and law enforcement agencies, but often to those who persistently commit gross human rights violations - equipping...

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18 September 2003

Analysis: Religious faith and corporate responsibility

Author: Julian Roche, Ethical Corporation Magazine

Julian Roche looks at the necessary conditions for the untroubled existence of religion in the workplace. [refers to religious discrimination & tolerance in workplace; BAe Systems, Tate & Lyle, Ford, Mattel, GM, Stockton Steel]

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1 January 2004

BAE Systems - Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2003

Author: BAE Systems

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13 May 2004

Amnesty Intl. report says EU arms exports are threatening global security

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13 May 2004

full report: "Undermining Global Security: the European Union's arms exports"

Author: Amnesty International

[refers to ADI Limited, Aerospatiale Matra (part of EADS), Arsenal, Beijing Heavy Duty Truck, Beretta, Boeing, Brenco International, Brocock, Carigroup, Celerg, Central African Airlines, Cenzin, Ceska Zbrojovka, Cuno Melcher (part of ME Sportwaffen),...

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27 July 2004

Environment Agency turns Spotlight on businesses who fail the environment [UK]

Author: Susanne Baker, Environment Agency [UK]

[UK] Spotlight on business: environmental performance in 2003 shows the number of pollution incidents from industry was down 12% on 2002 and by 43% over the last two years...In a new turn, this year's report highlights a growing trend of personal...

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30 September 2004

If shaking hands with tyrants seems bad, wait until you meet their corporate friends

Author: Johann Hari, Independent [UK]

Every year, the friends and accomplices of some of the worst human rights abusers in the world mill around our party conferences...Don't get me wrong - this is not an anti-capitalist view...We need companies. Markets are an essential part of any...

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9 December 2004

EU Urges Better Chinese Human Rights Amid Arms Debate

Author: Jonathan Stearns, Bloomberg

The European Union urged China to strengthen human rights as the EU considers ending a 15-year-old arms embargo that denies weapons makers such as European Aeronautic Defense & Space Co. [EADS] and BAE Systems Plc access to the growing Chinese...

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