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30 June 2012

[PDF] Submission on Oil & Gas sector discussion paper

Author: Singapore Management University Asian Peace-building and Rule of Law Programme ("SMU-APRL") & Mazars Indonesia

The following submission is in response to the Institute for Human Rights and Business...& Shift’s public call for comments on its proposed discussion paper relating to the oil and gas sector for the European Commission’s consideration......

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8 December 2011

[PDF] Business & Human Rights in Southeast Asia: Recommendations on thematic priorities and possible activities for the UN Working Group

Author: Singapore Management Univ. Asian Peace-building and Rule of Law Programme, and Mazars

First, it is necessary…for the principles set out in the UN ‘Protect, Remedy and Respect’ Framework (‘UN Framework’) and the GPs [Guiding Principles] to be embedded into the shared…norms and values that are being formulated to apply across ASEAN,...

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1 April 2011

[PDF] Corporate Law Project - Jurisdiction: Malaysia

Author: Mah-Kamariyah & Philip Koh law firm - prepared to inform mandate of UN Special Representative on business & human rights John Ruggie

...[There] is no statutory requirement at incorporation or listing to show a commitment to respect for human rights, or any express provisions recognizing a duty to society more generally...Bursa Malaysia has not adopted a responsible investment index...

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24 November 2010

Malaysian stock exchange to launch ESG index

Author: Daniel Brooksbank, Responsible Investor

The Malaysian Stock Exchange, the Bursa Malaysia, is planning to launch an environmental, social and governance (ESG) index to attract socially responsible investment (SRI) funds...The programme was launched by Prime Minister Yang Amat Berhormat Dato’...

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25 September 2010

A Path to Financial Equality in Malaysia

Author: Liz Gooch, New York Times

Fozia Amanulla..., one of the first women to lead an Islamic bank in Malaysia, has had no shortage of reminders that her industry...is a male-dominated one. But...the number of female faces is multiplying. And industry observers say it is...

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1 August 2009

Increasing attention on stock exchanges' role promoting corporate transparency on environmental, social issues

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1 August 2009

[PDF] Exchanges and sustainable investment

Author: Report prepared for the World Federation of Exchanges by Dan Siddy, Delsus Limited

The report is based on a survey of the WFE’s 51 member exchanges that invited them to submit information on relevant initiatives, followed by further desk research into the examples received in response to the survey. [With case studies on: Australian...

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1 November 2008

[PDF] Innovations in Social and Environmental Disclosure Outside the United States

Author: Steve Lydenberg and Katie Grace for Domini Social Investments & Social Investment Forum

This background paper highlights various noteworthy developments worldwide on environmental and social reporting requirements by regulatory bodies and stock exchanges. The growth in increasingly nuanced reporting requirements mirrors the rise in...

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29 November 2004

Firms lack awareness of CSR potential, ACCA survey finds [Malaysia]

Author: The Edge Daily [Malaysia]

ACCA [Association of Chartered Certified Accountants] Malaysia [found in] a recent study on the "State of Corporate Environment and Social Reporting in Malaysia 2004" [that] Bursa Malaysia's Main Board companies have little regard for the potential of...

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