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Updating the Resource Centre Digital Platform

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

We will soon be updating the site to improve its usability and better serve the thousands of people that use our site to support their work.

Please take an advance peek at our new look, and let us know what you think!

Thank you,
Alex Guy, Digital Officer

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  • Woolworths Limited

    Stock exchange symbol: (WOW:AU) Woolworths did not complete the survey.  We welcome a response at any time.  No publicly-available human rights policy was found for Woolworths. Woolworths' corporate responsibility website is here: [link]

  • Woolworths Limited: Policy commitment

    Woolworths did not complete the survey.  No publicly-available human rights policy was found for Woolworths.

  • Yahoo!

    Stock exchange symbol: (YHOO:US)

  • Yahoo!: Policy commitment

    Yahoo! Inc. (“Yahoo”) was founded on the principle that promoting access to information can improve people’s lives and enhance their relationship with the world around them.  We recognize that our products, technology, and operating footprint...

  • Yahoo!: Governance

    Yahoo was a trailblazer in the area of business and human rights, formally establishing a dedicated Business & Human Rights Program ([link]) in spring 2008 in order to help integrate human rights concerns into business decision-making and to lead...

  • 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...

  • Yahoo!: Stakeholder engagement

    As a global media and Internet company, Yahoo recognizes that we have a responsibility to promote free expression and privacy, and that we have an opportunity to use our platform to foster an exchange of ideas about how companies, government, NGOs,...

  • Yahoo!: Actions on freedom of expression & privacy

    In 2008, Yahoo formally established a dedicated Business & Human Rights Program, the first of its kind in the industry, in order to lead our efforts to make responsible decisions in the areas of free expression and privacy.  Yahoo also is one of...

  • Yahoo!: Reporting and communication

    Yahoo communicates with its users about its human rights commitments and how it addresses human rights impacts through its BHRP Tumblr, [link] Global Public Policy Tumblr [link] and Transparency Report [link] . The Yahoo BHRP also communicates...

  • Yahoo!: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    For issues or questions related to Yahoo’s implementation of the GNI Principles and Guidelines, the GNI website [link] provides contact information for member companies, including Yahoo.  This enables users to directly reach our BHRP team to ask...

  • Yahoo!: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Yahoo is a founding member of the Global Network Initiative [link]  a multi-stakeholder initiative comprising ICT companies, human rights organizations, academics, investors and others that works to protect and advance freedom of expression and privacy...

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

    Yahoo was the first company in our industry to create a dedicated human rights program in 2008.  In that same year, Yahoo co-founded the Global Network Initiative, which informs regular developments to our policies and practices related to human rights...

  • Yahoo!: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    It’s no secret that certain governments around the world don’t live up to widely recognized standards for protecting the free expression and privacy rights of their own citizens.  While the root causes of these threats clearly lie with governments, we...

  • Yum!

    Stock exchange symbol: (YUM:US) Yum! Brands did not respond to the survey.  We welcome a response at any time. Yum! Brands' human rights policy statement is here: [link] Yum! Brands' social responsbility website is here: [link]

  • Zain

  • Zain: Policy commitment

    Yes.  Zain has references to its human rights commitments within the following documents that are publically accessible: Its Code of Conduct: [link] Its Supplier Code of Conduct: [link]   Its Sustainability Report: [link]

  • Zain: Governance

    Human rights are ingrained in the Zain business model. Zain takes an ethical approach to its product and service offerings, and emphasizes accessibility, affordability and the maximization of utility in its product and service portfolio. Products and...

  • 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: Stakeholder engagement

    Internally, Zain notifies its employees about human rights issues by referring them to the Code of Conduct and the Human Resource (HR) Policy manual, both of which cover human rights issues. Externally, ESMP guidelines specify policies for consulting...

  • Zain: Actions on health

    Health (including workplace health & safety, prevention of pollution) Examples include: Public health awareness initiatives. Activities to mitigate pollution by the company (such as the installation of battery and solar hybrid solutions) The ESMP...

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