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  • AT&T

    Stock Exchange Symbol: (T:US)

  • AT&T: Policy commitment

    Yes. Our commitment to this issue is detailed in our Human Rights in Communication Policy [link], and our work is supported by our Code of Business Conduct [link], our Privacy Policy [link] and our Principles of Conduct for Suppliers [link].

  • AT&T: Governance

    Our Human Rights in Communication Policy is owned by our Chief Sustainability Officer, with input from our Chief Privacy Officer and other business units affected by this issue, such as supply chain, legal and compliance.  The Chief Sustainability...

  • AT&T: Management

    We post our human rights policy online, and we publicize it in a variety of ways, such as by blogging, speaking at public events or sharing with policymakers. We make it available to our employees, particularly those most likely to interact with human...

  • AT&T: Stakeholder engagement

    In 2013, we became the first American company to join the Industry Dialogue (the “Dialogue”) and sign onto its guiding principles. The dialogue comprises a number of telecommunications operators and vendors (both infrastructure and technology providers...

  • AT&T: Identified human rights issues

    For a view of pertinent human rights issues, please visit AT&T’s materiality assessment: [link]. AT&T engages a diverse range of stakeholders across all parts of our business. Through a regular materiality assessment, we systematically engage...

  • AT&T: Reporting and communication

    Each year we issue an annual sustainability update to summarize our work from the past year, capture progress toward our goals, review key performance indicators and discuss our present and anticipated challenges and opportunities on topics such as...

  • AT&T: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    Our Privacy Policy includes an email address where customers can submit questions about our policy and practices. Our customers also use this email address to submit privacy-related complaints to the company. The site includes a link to TRUSTe for...

  • AT&T: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    In addition to the Industry Dialogue work noted above, AT&T engages with groups such as: CDT: AT&T has been an active supporter of the Center for Democracy and Technology and regularly participates in its free expression working group, as well...

  • AT&T: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    For a view of pertinent human rights issues, please visit AT&T’s materiality assessment: [link]. We report on our progress at about.att.com/csr/reporting. Update 2016: Following our acquisition of two Mexican wireless operators serving the mass...

  • AT&T: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Worldwide deployment of advanced technology is enabling an unprecedented ability to communicate and exchange information around the globe. This free flow of information can bring enormous social and economic benefits. Governments are responsible for...

  • Agricultural Bank of China

    Stock exchange symbol: (601288:CH) Agricultural Bank of China has not yet responded to the survey.  We welcome its response at any time.  No publicly-available human rights policy found for Agricultural Bank of China.

  • Agricultural Bank of China: Policy commitment

    Agricultural Bank of China has not yet responded to the survey.  We welcome a response at any time.  No publicly-available human rights policy found for Agricultural Bank of China.

  • Al-Futtaim Group

    Al-Futtaim Group has not yet responded to the survey.  We welcome a response at any time.  No publicly-available human rights policy found for Al-Futtaim Group.

  • Al-Futtaim Group: Policy commitment

    Al-Futtaim Group has not yet responded to the survey.  We welcome a response at any time.  No publicly-available human rights policy found for Al-Futtaim Group.

  • Alibaba.com

    Stock exchange symbol: (BABA:US) Alibaba declined to complete the survey.  No publicly-available human rights policy found for Alibaba.

  • Alibaba: Policy commitment

    Alibaba declined to complete the survey.  We welcome a response at any time.  No publicly-available human rights policy found for Alibaba.

  • Allianz

  • Does your company have a publicly available commitment to respect human rights?

    A reference to the company’s human rights commitment within another corporate policy (e.g. Code of Conduct or Sustainability Policy) Code of Conduct Allianz ESG Integration Framework

  • How are human rights governed in your company?

    A number of departments have lead responsibility for human rights topics in their respective areas (e.g. Human Resources, Procurement,  ESG Office). For involved departments and processes, see next question. Regarding the governance of human rights...

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