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Results found: 9

  • BT: Other actions

    Housing – not directly housing but related to social housing: BT recently launched a project with housing associations to supply broadband and super fast broadband to housing estates.  We investigated the ‘social return on investment’ in a paper...

  • British American Tobacco: Actions on children

    Example 1 - Child Labour As detailed in response to Question 3 we run two major supplier programmes through which human rights are incorporated. Child labour is an important human rights issue for any industry with an agricultural supply chain and the...

  • Cargill: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Because of the complexity of our business, we operate in many different geographies. Conditions are different from one supply chain to the next and from one country to the next. We focus on what we can do and where we will have the most impact. We know...

  • General Mills: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    In 2013, we made a public-facing commitment to sustainably source 100% of our 10 priority ingredients by 2020. For more information on this commitment, see 2014 Global Responsibility Report, pp. 48-67. Because our sustainable sourcing strategy focuses...

  • GlaxoSmithKline: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    GSK is a signatory to the UN Global Compact, supports the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and is committed to upholding the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and the core...

  • Zain: Management

    Human rights issues are identified within the value chain through the supplier selection process. Zain’s supplier selection process ensures that for significant spend suppliers, major consideration is given to those with established and reputable...

  • Zain: Actions on children

    Zain supports youth development initiatives across its footprint through its CSR outreach activities. These include skill development and capacity-building for children through activities such as: the Future University Network (FUN) program whereby...

  • Zain: Other actions

    Connectivity: Connectivity is viewed as a human right by Zain due to its potential to empower individuals and facilitate their socio-economic development. Zain undertakes many initiatives that enable connectivity for those that are unconnected. In...

  • adidas: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    In fulfillment of the UN Guiding Principles, our commitment to uphold the provisions of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and as a good business practice, we need to know whenever we are having a negative impact on a rights-holder...