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23 October 2019

KnowTheChain: Ranking companies' efforts to address forced labour in their supply chains

  KnowTheChain is a resource for businesses and investors who need to understand and address forced labor risks within their supply chains. In 2020/2021 KnowTheChain will be becnhmarking 180 companies in three sectors. In 2019 will be publishing inves...

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NGO rejoinder
27 September 2019

Rejoinder from Access Now to NSO Group's response

Author: Access Now

Novalpina’s Stephen Peel promised “ robust transparency ” in his March 1, 2019 letter; this latest reply from NSO Group shows that there is still a way to go to deliver on that promise. In its reply, NSO Group claims that it complies with all...

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24 September 2019

87 companies commit to set climate targets aligned with 1.5°C scenario at UN Climate Action Summit

Author: UN Global Compact

87 major companies... are taking action to align their businesses with what scientists say is needed to limit the worst impacts of climate change. Responding to a call-to-action issued in June by a group of business, civil society and UN leaders, the...

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23 September 2019
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19 July 2019

Ericsson’s response to 2019 Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

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19 July 2019

Ericsson’s submission to the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark disclosure platform

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6 November 2018
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Author: Olivier Tesquet, Télérama (France)

 « L'Union européenne renonce à durcir l'exportation de technologies de surveillance », 29 octobre 2018...

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4 October 2018

Equileap publishes ranking of top 200 companies on gender equality in the workplace

Author: Equileap

"Gender equality global report and ranking," 4 October 2018...

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15 March 2017

India: Consulting & IT firms took the leap before Maternity Benefit Amendment Bill 2016 passed in Council of States

Ministry of labour is taking initiaves to support women workforce in both the government and private sector. The union government is set to increase the maternity leave for women employed in private firms from the existing 12 weeks to 26 weeks. Women...

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17 January 2017

Business strategies to implement SDGs will enable long-term growth, says report

Author: Business & Sustainable Development Commission

"Better Business, Better World", January 2017...

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