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  • Cisco Systems: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Please see the Our Approach to Engagement on Human Rights on page B15 of Cisco’s FY14 CSR Report. Examples of our collaboration in FY14 include: BSR’s cross-sector working group Founding member and Board Chair for the EICC Engagement with organizations...

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

    Since June 2011, Cisco has implemented a human rights policy, created a formal governance structure, established an internal cross-sector human rights working group, developed company-wide human rights training, and engaged with human rights...

  • Cisco Systems: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Product Use We believe our role in providing more people across the world with access to the Internet is hugely important and that operating in most countries brings more benefits than if we were not present. In all countries where we do business, our...

  • Citigroup

    Stock Exchange Symbol: (C:US)

  • Citigroup: Policy commitment

    Yes, Citi has a stand-alone Statement on Human Rights, which references the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, and the UN Guiding Principles on...

  • Citigroup: Governance

    Respect for human rights is critical to Citi’s vision of enabling our customers, clients and global communities to make progress. In 2014, Citi updated its Statement on Human Rights (first published in 2007) to reflect current best practice, including...

  • Citigroup: Management

    Citi’s Corporate Sustainability unit has overarching responsibility for Citi’s Statement on Human Rights and advises business units on Citi’s human rights approach as needed. A number of other units, including Human Resources, procurement, Risk,...

  • Citigroup: Stakeholder engagement

    Citi engages with a broad range of stakeholders on a wide variety of issues. Our approach to stakeholder engagement and some of the issues discussed in 2013 is included in our Global Citizenship Report (p. 66-68, [link]). During the update of our...

  • Citigroup: Identified human rights issues

    The company selected the following from a check list: Workplace diversity / non-discrimination Women

  • Citigroup: Actions on health

    Below is a case study for a transaction where human rights related issues, in this case worker security, continued to be managed even after the transaction closed as part of our monitoring, due diligence and client engagement process. Monitoring an...

  • Citigroup: Reporting and communication

    Citi communicates internally and externally on its human rights commitments and performance in in the following publications and resources: 1. Citi reports annually on its human rights performance as well as on ethics and antibribery and corruption,...

  • Citigroup: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    Citi maintains multiple channels through which employees and others may raise concerns, questions and grievances,including a global Ethics Hotline ([link]). In relevant ESRM-covered transactions, we also work with clients through our due diligence...

  • Citigroup: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Equator Principles: The Equator Principles are a risk framework for banks to use in determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk for project finance and infrastructure projects. . The Equator Principles include specific reference...

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

    In early 2014, Citi updated its Statement on Human Rights to include a statement of support for the UN Guiding Principles. The process of updating the statement involved extensive internal engagement with colleagues in Human Resources, Procurement,...

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

    With operations in more than 100 countries, Citi is well positioned to be a constructive influence for human rights in the countries where we do business. In some instances, however, the laws of some countries where we do business differ from some of...

  • Coca-Cola

    Stock Exchange Symbol: (KO:US) Also available: Coca-Cola response to our Myanmar Foreign Investment Tracking Project

  • Coca-Cola: Policy commitment

    The Company has two human rights policies: 1) Human Rights Policy [link]; and 2) Supplier Guiding Principles [link]

  • Coca-Cola: Governance

    The Public Issues and Diversity Review Committee of the Board of Directors, chaired by former U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexis Herman, has overall human rights policy oversight of the policies and their implementation. Global Workplace Rights within...

  • Coca-Cola: Management

    The Coca-Cola Company’s Respect for Human Rights Framework. We were fortunate that, starting in 2005, we worked with Professor John Ruggie, the former UN Special Representative for Business and Human Rights, and his team in the development of a...

  • Coca-Cola: Stakeholder engagement

    The Company takes a robust and comprehensive approach to both global and local stakeholder engagement. Some examples. In 2005, we became the first North America headquartered company to establish an ongoing relationship with a global union federation-...

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