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  • Vodafone

    Stock exchange symbol: (VOD:LN)

  • Vodafone: Policy commitment

    Yes. Vodafone’s responsibility to respect human rights, is embodied in its Business Principles and Code of Conduct which are publicly available at [link] Vodafone’s approach to human rights is available publicly at [link]  and states that “Wherever we...

  • Vodafone: Governance

    Human rights are governed as an integral part of Vodafone’s governance of sustainability performance. The Group Executive Committee (ExCo) is responsible for Vodafone’s sustainability performance. An explanation of the governance model is included in...

  • Vodafone: Management

    In 2012, we worked with the sustainability organisation Business for Social Responsibility to conduct a gap analysis of our Group-level approach to human rights against the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. This identified the...

  • Vodafone: Stakeholder engagement

    Vodafone’s approach to stakeholder engagement is described at [link]

  • Vodafone: Identified human rights issues

    In 2012, we worked with the sustainability organisation Business for Social Responsibility to conduct a gap analysis of our Group-level approach to human rights against the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. This identified the...

  • Vodafone: Actions on health

    Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: More information on how Vodafone manages Transformational solutions, Ethics and Mobiles, masts and health are available in Vodafone’s sustainability reporting [link] [link] [link]

  • Vodafone: Actions on core labour rights (including freedom of association)

    Labour Rights: We are committed to respecting the human rights of everyone working for Vodafone either directly as an employee, or indirectly as someone employed by one of our suppliers. More information on how labour rights are managed in Vodafone is...

  • Vodafone: Actions on land rights & displacement

    Land and property acquisition: We consult communities in the selection of our sites, as part of the applicable planning permissions in each market for installing antennas or other equipment. See Network deployment. [link]

  • Vodafone: Actions on freedom of expression & privacy

    Civil and Political Rights: We believe that access to communications technology can support greater freedom of expression, which in turn depends upon the right to privacy if it is to be exercised effectively. More information on how privacy and freedom...

  • Vodafone: Actions on children

    Rights of the Child: We support a common industry approach to child safety online. More information on how Vodafone manages child safety online is available at Child safety online. [link]

  • Vodafone: Other actions

    Environment: We have strong processes in place to manage the environmental impacts of our operations including our carbon footprint and disposal of electronic waste. See Environment. [link]

  • 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...

  • Vodafone: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    Vodafone has a number of mechanisms whereby grievances can be raised. Examples include: Whistleblowing mechanism Vodafone has a global whistleblowing mechanism – called Speak Up - which is closely linked to our Code of Conduct ([link]) The details are...

  • Vodafone: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Vodafone participates in a number of human rights related initiatives. These include: Vodafone is a member of the Telecommunications Industry Dialogue on Freedom of Expression and Privacy ([link]) a group of telecommunications operators and vendors who...

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

    The most significant actions since June 2011 are detailed below. Progress and activities across a wide range of human rights issues are reported in detail in Vodafone’s sustainability reporting. 1. In 2012, we worked with the sustainability...

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

    Practical examples addressing the ‘access to remedy pillar’ of the UN Guiding Principles.

  • Volkswagen

    Stock Exchange Symbol: (VOW:GR)

  • Volkswagen: Policy commitment

    Yes, the Volkswagen Group publicly states its commitment to respect human rights within its Code of Conduct:[link]. References to Volkswagen's human rights commitment are also included in its supplier relations: [link]. The Group Guiding principles lay...

  • Volkswagen: Governance

    To coordinate sustainability and corporate responsibility, including human rights, Volkswagen has put in place a clear structure. The Group Board of Management (Sustainability Board) is also the highest ranking sustainability body in the company. It is...

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