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  • Qualcomm: Management

    Human rights at Qualcomm is managed by a cross-divisional team of experts from our human resources, government affairs, global social responsibility, legal and supplier management teams. Qualcomm’s annual risk assessment of our operations includes the...

  • Qualcomm: Stakeholder engagement

    Our membership in the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) and our participation in BSR’s Human Rights Working Group and the UN Global Compact further augment our human rights efforts. Working with other companies in these multi-industry...

  • Repsol: Management

    How are actual and potential human rights impacts identified and assessed? The ESHIA Standard was approved in 2011 and came into force in December 2012. This Standard is applicable worldwide and incorporates human rights issues into impact assessment...

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

    The Respect for Human Rights Policy was approved at the highest level in the company. In January 2014, Repsol’s Chairman and CEO sent a personal message on this very subject to all employees. A range of communication and awareness activities were...

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

    Since 2011, Rio Tinto’s human rights working group has revised the group’s overall human rights approach to be in line with the UNGPs. Some key elements of the revised approach include: A revised stand-alone human rights policy which set the foundation...

  • Roche: Management

    We do not have operations where this could be a significant risk. However, human rights are also part of our audits of suppliers that we conduct under the Pharma Supply Chain Initiative (“PSCI”) Principles ([link]). Total number of audits conducted in...

  • Sanofi: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Sanofi is proud to be a founding member of EDH, a not-for-profit association launched in 2003 to provide companies with practical solutions for implementing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in business. It is inspired by the work of BLIHR....

  • Shell: Policy commitment

    Human Rights Policy: [link] Additional policies: SGBP: [link]  Code of Conduct: [link]  Supplier Principles: [link]  VPSHR: [link]  Training: [link]  Sustainability Report 2013: [link] 

  • Shell: Governance

    Our approach to human rights is informed by general concepts from the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. We built on the strength of our experience and integrated human rights into existing governance and business...

  • Shell: Management

    We provide training on our Business Principles for new staff and for those moving to new positions. Our Code of Conduct informs staff how to apply our Business Principles, including respect for the human rights of our employees and support for human...

  • Shell: Reporting and communication

    Internally: Internal communications Internal web site Mandatory SGBP, CoC and Human rights training Example Safety Days: [link] Externally: Routine local stakeholder engagement Sustainability Report Global Business Initiative International Organisation...

  • Telefónica: Management

    For the implementation of the Guiding Principles, we have defined a formal process to simplify the proactive management of risks and to make the most of opportunities, involving our principal stakeholders. To this end, and with the external support of...

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

    At present, company employees have a relatively fuzzy human rights consciousness, particularly in regard to the concept of human rights. They do not have a sufficiently clear understanding of their own rights and interests. This constitutes a certain...

  • 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...

  • Vale: Governance

    Our Human Rights Policy was approved at the highest level of company management, the Board of Directors. One of the five technical committees that advise the Board of Directors is the Governance and Sustainability Committee, which is responsible for...

  • Vale: Management

    The management of human rights issues at Vale is based on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Management performance in this area has improved year after year in line with the commitments set out in our Human Rights Policy. Policy,...

  • 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...

  • 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....

  • Yahoo!: Management

    Yahoo is committed to the international legal and normative foundations of freedom of expression and privacy, and we’ve translated those principles into practical steps inside the company.  Yahoo’s Business & Human Rights Program helps to ensure...

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