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  • General Electric: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    GE became a member of the Business Leaders Initiative on Human Rights in 2007 and is a charter member of the Global Business Initiative on Human Rights. We are also a member of the UN Global Compact where, in collaboration with Maplecroft, the GE...

  • Glencore: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Glencore believes that multi-stakeholder dialogue is an effective way to share knowledge and learnings and to improve operational practices.   In May 2014, Glencore was admitted to the membership of the International Council on Mining & Metals, an...

  • Henkel: Which external and collaborative human rights initiatives does your company participate in, and what is the nature of your involvement?

    Examples of these include multi-stakeholder initiatives such as the Fair Labor Association, Global Network Initiative, Voluntary Principles on Security & Human Rights; industry initiatives such as the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition; UN...

  • Mondelēz International: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    International Cocoa Initiative – Board member AIM PROGRESS – active member of AIM-PROGRESS and member of SEDEX Update 2016: Examples of these include multi-stakeholder initiatives such as the Fair Labor Association, Global Network Initiative, Voluntary...

  • Repsol: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    United Nations Global Compact: In 2002, we signed up to the United Nations Global Compact. We also form part of local networks, such as the Spanish Global Compact Network and its Executive Committee, the Bolivian Corporation of Corporate Social...

  • Rio Tinto: Policy commitment

    A stand-alone human rights policy: [link] Other Policies and Standards The following provides a sample of other relevant policies and standards in addition to our Human Rights Policy referenced above. Information on how various existing policies and...

  • Rio Tinto: Management

    In line with the human rights due diligence process in the UNGPs, we look to understand our actual and potential human rights impacts, ensure we are managing them and communicate our performance. We take an integrated, coordinated and risk-based...

  • Rio Tinto: Stakeholder engagement

    We regularly and proactively engage with stakeholders including workers and local communities to better understand their concerns around operations and projects as well as how we can work together to help support the realisation of human rights,...

  • Rio Tinto: Reporting and communication

    Rio Tinto’s main forms of reporting and communications are as following: Group Annual Report ([link]): human rights is considered a material issue for inclusion in the report and we generally feature information about our human rights policy,...

  • Rio Tinto: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    UN Global Compact: We report annually by submitting the Communication on Progress ([link]), and we actively participate in its local networks, such as in the UK and Australia. We also participate in the Global Compact’s human rights working group. OECD...

  • Schlumberger: Actions on relations with security providers

    Schlumberger is in the process of revising its Security Standard. A new appendix focuses on interaction between Companies and Private Security, specifically stating in relation to human rights issues: Schlumberger and contractors under Schlumberger...

  • Schlumberger: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Schlumberger actively engages with IPIECA on sustainability reporting and social responsibility which includes human rights. Whilst, like all oilfield service companies, we are not a signatory of the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights,...

  • Shell: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    We support international declarations and conventions developed to respect human rights. Together with other firms, non-governmental organisations and governments we are involved in several external voluntary initiatives designed to help implement...

  • Total: Policy commitment

    Yes, Total has both an identified reference to the company’s human rights commitment in its Code of Conduct and a standalone human rights policy: - The Code of Conduct serves as a common reference document for all Total employees. In 2014, it was...

  • Total: Other actions

    See our Code of Conduct and our Human Rights Guide, which sets out 3 areas that are relevant to our operations: human rights in the workplace, human rights and security, human rights and local communities. [link] Human rights and security: Total joined...

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