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27 January 2020

USA: Boards should increase accountability for sexual harassment, says lawyer

Author: Julie Goldsmith Reiser, Financial Times

"Boards must be held accountable for sexual harassment scandals," 1 Jan 2020 [Subscription required]...

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23 January 2020
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Author: Valérie Lion, L'Express (France)

« Direction d'entreprises : les quotas en débat », 16 janvier 2020...

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27 November 2019

Australia: Westpac accused of multiple legal breaches, allegedly allowing customers to pay for child sexual abuse

The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (Austrac) has accused Westpac of multiple legal breaches which allowed its customers to pay for overseas child abuse unchallenged, highlighting the importance of transnational cooperation. Westpac...

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23 October 2019
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Author: Daniela Malpica, Justicia Transicional en México

“¿Por qué debería importar a las empresas la Justicia Transicional? Parte II”, 23 de octubre de 2019...

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13 May 2019
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Author: Arnaud Dumas, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« Assemblées générales : les actionnaires se rebellent », 9 mai 2019 ...

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30 January 2019

Australia: Companies fall short of hitting goal of 30 per cent women on ASX200 boards

Author: Nick Bonyhady, The Sydney Morning Herald

"'29.7 per cent is not 30 per cent': Companies almost hit gender target", 30 January 2019...

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7 January 2019
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Author: Jordan Press, La Presse Canadienne

« Entreprises canadiennes: l'écart salarial entre homme et femme se creuse au sommet », 3 janvier 2019...

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19 December 2018

Report: Over 85% of GCC listed companies have no female board members

Author: Michael Fahy, ZAWYA

"Over 85% of GCC listed companies have no female board member - study", 19 December 2018...

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12 November 2018

Corporate Human Rights Benchmark releases 2018 ranking results on human rights performance of 101 companies

Today (12 November), the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark released the results of its 2018 ranking. The benchmark assesses the human rights policies, processes, and practices of 101 of the world's largest publicly traded companies in three at-risk sec...

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30 May 2018
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