Bell Helicopter (part of Textron)
Headquarters in USA
Bell Helicopter website: http://www.bellhelicopter.textron.com
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Bell Helicopter to respond to human rights concerns regarding its participation in the Bahrain International Defence Exhibition and Conference. Bell Helicopter did not respond.
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- This is a non response from the following companies: Bell Helicopter (part of Textron)
In October 2017, rights groups called on AeroVironment, BAE Systems, Bell Helicopter, and Lockheed Martin to withdraw their participation from the Bahrain International Defence Exhibition and Conference (BIDEC). Military equipment sold to Bahrain at...
Author: Sandy Smith, Occupational Hazards [USA]
The 16 diverse companies named by Occupational Hazards as the 2004 America's Safest Companies share dedication to safe work, healthy workers...The 2004 America's Safest Companies are Anheuser-Busch, Bell Helicopter [part of Textron], DeFabCo, DSM...
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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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Author: Otto J. Reich, U.S. Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, Remarks to the Inter-American Development Bank Conference on Corporate Social Governance
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