Company advances on human rights
Below are examples of practical steps companies are taking on human rights in their own operations and in their engagement with governments, from March 2015 onwards. Items from 2011-2015 are in the process of being added to this section.
For examples prior to 2011, see our categories on "Support for initiatives promoting civil & political rights" and "Support for initiatives promoting economic, social and cultural rights".
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« Multinationales responsables : Des investisseurs institutionnels s’unissent pour soutenir le contre-projet », 11 juin 2019 ...
Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Large businesses (>1 bn € turnover) and associations publicly speaking out in favour of mandatory human rights due diligence regulation and/or endorsing campaigns (non-comprehensive), last updated 13 June 2019...
- Related in-depth areas: Latest Legal News Latest news on mandatory human rights due diligence
- Related companies: "S Group" Barry Callebaut BMW Coca-Cola Finland Daimler Fazer Group Firmenich Heineken IKEA Kesko KiK Mars Mercuria Energy Migros Mondelēz International Nestlé Netherlands Novo Nordisk (part of Novo Group) Rabobank Sampo Group Stora Enso Tchibo Trafigura Beheer Wihuri Group
Australia: Qantas confirms commitment to social justice issues, including LGBTI, indigenous and women’s rights
Author: AAP, news.com.au
"Qantas will continue to campaign on social justice issues", 9 May 2019...
- Related companies: Qantas Airways
Commentary: Blockchain can help break the chains of modern slavery, but it is not a complete solution
Author: Martijn Boersma & Justine Nolan, The Conversation
"Blockchain can help break the chains of modern slavery, but it is not a complete solution", 2 May 2019...