Results found: 36

  • KDDI: Policy commitment

    Note: English translation of KDDI's Japanese original - currently under review by the company: will be made available here as soon as approved.

  • MTN: Identified human rights issues

    Health (including environmental health, workplace health & safety) Workplace diversity / non-discrimination Operations in conflict zones Freedom of expression and/or right to privacy / digital rights Transparency in payments to governments ...

  • Repsol: Identified human rights issues

    Health (including environmental health, workplace health & safety) Workplace diversity / non-discrimination Displacement and community relocation Operations in conflict zones Transparency in payments to governments / responsible tax practices...

  • Rio Tinto: Identified human rights issues

    We believe that all internationally recognized rights are relevant to our work. For more information please see Why human rights matter ([link]). [From the checklist provided for this survey Rio Tinto selected all the listed issues:Health (including...

  • Schlumberger: Reporting and communication

    To focus our sustainability reporting, in 2012, Schlumberger undertook a materiality analysis using GRI, IPIECA and ISO 26000 reference guidelines, identifying the concerns and expectations of 55 stakeholders groups including human rights and human...

  • 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,...

  • Sonatel: Identified human rights issues

    The company selected the following from a check list: Health (including environmental health, workplace health & safety) Workplace diversity / non-discrimination Forced labour and human trafficking (including in supply chains) Operations in...

  • Tesco: Identified human rights issues

    The company selected the following from a check list: Health (including environmental health, workplace health & safety) Workplace  diversity / non-discrimination Forced labour and human trafficking (including in supply chains) Operations in ...

  • Unilever: Identified human rights issues

    The company selected the following from a check list: Health (including environmental health, workplace health & safety) Workplace diversity / non-discrimination Forced labour and human trafficking (including in supply chains) Operations in...

  • Verizon: Policy commitment

    Yes. Verizon’s Human Rights Statement was updated in 2013: [link] Verizon Employee Code of Conduct: [link] Verizon Supplier Code of Conduct: [link] Verizon EEO/Affirmative Action Policy: [link] Verizon Privacy Policy: [link] Verizon Environmental,...

  • 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 conflict zones

    Zain maintains business activities in several conflict zones including Iraq and South Sudan. In addition, Zain’s directs CSR outreach activities towards promoting reconciliation and peace-building, as is the case with the Youth Peacemaker Network, an...

  • 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: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    One key challenge that exists is due to the lack of prioritization and awareness of human rights within the region amongst a majority of stakeholders. Another major challenge is the regional geopolitical situation of conflict and instability that gives...

  • 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...

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