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

    The U.N Guiding Principles confirmed our approach to human rights. We are looking to go beyond traditional factory audits to more proactively address issues like underage labor, forced/bonded labor, and human trafficking. This includes more partnership...

  • Telefónica: Reporting and communication

    Sustainability Report: [link]. Online Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability channels:  [link]. Social Responsible SRI indices: DJSI, etc.

  • Tencent: Reporting and communication

    Tencent periodically publishes the “Corporate Social Responsibility Report,” which announces safeguarding measures taken in regard to human rights issues. At the same time, if corporate employees encounter problems involving any aspect of human rights,...

  • Tesco: Reporting and communication

    In addition to discussing human rights in our Annual Report 2013/14 (page 19), we have a comprehensive Code of Business Conduct in place supported by an e-learning programme that all colleagues must complete. The Code sets out our key policies and...

  • 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: Governance

    The lead responsibility for Human Rights is given to the Ethics Committee Chairman and the Corporate Legal Department/Ethics & Human Rights Unit. The Ethics Committee Chairman reports directly to the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer . The...

  • Total: Management

    Linked to the United Nations’ guiding principles on business and human rights, TOTAL has adopted an holistic and integrated Human Rights approach based on several pillars: - Written principles (Code of Conduct, Human Rights guide – see above) -...

  • Total: Stakeholder engagement

    A new chapter ‘Speaking up’ has been incorporated in Total’s new Code of Conduct (see our Code p. 22), where Total encourage all of its stakeholders to raise their concerns and views concerning the implementation of its Code of conduct. An email...

  • 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...

  • Total: Reporting and communication

    In accordance with French laws, social and environmental information is included in Total’s Registration document, in chapter 7 of the 2013 edition. The Group has decided to continue publishing an annual corporate social responsibility (CSR) report, to...

  • Total: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    To continuously improve corporate social responsibility performance through best practice and challenges sharing, we are active member of various international forums for discussion, with our peers (we co-chair the IPIECA “global oil and gas industry...

  • Unilever: Reporting and communication

    Commitments and information are communicated through our Human Rights Policy Statement and through the annual update of the Fairness in the Workplace Pillar of the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan. Please also note that, from 2015, we have committed to...

  • Vale: Stakeholder engagement

    Vale believes that open and direct social dialogue is an increasingly important part of company strategy, because it facilitates the growth of relations of mutual trust and respect between the company and communities. Vale’s social policy is therefore...

  • Vale: Reporting and communication

    Our commitment to human rights is expressed in our Human Rights Policy, which is publicly available, as described in item No. 1 on ‘Policy Commitments’. We use internal channels to communicate our commitments to our employees and to give guidance on...

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

    In response to the UN Guiding Principles, Vale has made progress in its due diligence procedures in relation to human rights since 2011. However, it was with the adoption of the GRI for the Sustainability Report in 2007 that the company adopted a new...

  • Verizon: Management

    Verizon is committed to promoting values that foster human rights. We strive to create an environment of respect, integrity and fairness for employees and customers wherever we do business, and we expect our business partners to operate the same way....

  • Verizon: Reporting and communication

    Verizon publishes a Corporate Responsibility Supplement to the Annual Report ([link]), which details much of the information shared here. For our suppliers, we engage in direct conversations. A due diligence process is in place and we set up corrective...

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

    As mentioned above, in 2013, Verizon convened a cross-functional, internal human rights working group to analyze the human rights accountability policies set out in the “Ruggie” framework. Two of the outputs from this review included the issuance of...

  • Vodafone: Reporting and communication

    Information about how Vodafone addresses its human rights impacts is reported in: Vodafone’s Annual Report and Accounts available at [link]  Vodafone Group’s Sustainability reporting available at [link]  Many Vodafone operating companies also report at...

  • Volkswagen: Management

    Volkswagen Group Internal Audit and Group Security regularly and systematically monitor compliance with the rules, carrying out random checks irrespective of any suspicion of non-compliance and investigating whenever breaches are actually suspected....

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