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[DOC] Nestlé reports on human rights performance for 2012

Author: Nestlé, Published on: 1 April 2013

This short video presents Nestlé’s approach to Business & Human Rights and the 8-pillar Human Rights Due Diligence Programme that we have implemented throughout our business activities. Detailed information on our achievements against these 8 pillars is available in the human rights section of our new, online “Nestlé in society: Creating Shared Value and meeting our commitments” report...This year again, GRI has verified that the report is prepared according to the GRI Guidelines, at Application Level A+. Main features for 2012 include: 2 new policy commitments were adopted on child labour in agricultural supply chains and rural development...18,103 employees completed our online human rights training...3 Human Rights Impact Assessments were completed in Russia, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan...9 new human rights risk indicators were integrated into our overall Enterprise Risk Management...[O]ur commitment to eliminate child labour from our cocoa supply chain in Côte d’Ivoire...

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Related companies: Nestlé