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Results found: 30

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

    There should be more focus on ‘Governments duty to protect Human RIghs’. The UK National Action Plan is a good and practical example to illustrate the way a Government seeks to meet its own duty to Protect Human Rights.

  • Verizon: Stakeholder engagement

    We listen to and talk with a wide range of people — consumers, seniors, educators, elected officials, law enforcement, minorities, rural constituents, veterans and others — who are important to our business. Our long-standing Consumer Advisory Board,...

  • Yahoo!: Policy commitment

    Yahoo! Inc. (“Yahoo”) was founded on the principle that promoting access to information can improve people’s lives and enhance their relationship with the world around them.  We recognize that our products, technology, and operating footprint...

  • Yahoo!: Stakeholder engagement

    As a global media and Internet company, Yahoo recognizes that we have a responsibility to promote free expression and privacy, and that we have an opportunity to use our platform to foster an exchange of ideas about how companies, government, NGOs,...

  • Yahoo!: Actions on freedom of expression & privacy

    In 2008, Yahoo formally established a dedicated Business & Human Rights Program, the first of its kind in the industry, in order to lead our efforts to make responsible decisions in the areas of free expression and privacy.  Yahoo also is one of...

  • Yahoo!: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    It’s no secret that certain governments around the world don’t live up to widely recognized standards for protecting the free expression and privacy rights of their own citizens.  While the root causes of these threats clearly lie with governments, we...

  • adidas: Governance

    Human rights expertise resides in the Social & Environmental Affairs (SEA) department which is responsible for social and environmental concerns related to global supply chains, for consumer safety and for stakeholder outreach, as well as some...

  • adidas: Management

    Human rights are a relevant consideration in our materiality assessments and internal risk management processes. It fits within our broader sustainability agenda which requires the Group to be “Effectively managing business risks and human rights...

  • 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...

  • adidas: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    adidas Group is a founding member of the Fair Labor Association (FLA). Our VP for Social & Environmental Affairs (SEA) for the Americas is currently an FLA Board Member and we participate in various working groups, including those related to...

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