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Author: Produced by Mike Baab for Shift
This short introductory video explains a key concept of the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework: salient human rights issues. [Refers to actions by Anglo American, Ericsson, Unilever]
Corporate Information Transparency Index (CITI) ranks 100 brands on environmental supply chain performance in China
On October 22, 2015, the Corporate Information Transparency Index (CITI) released its ranking of 100 brands on their environmental supply chain performance in China.
Author: Hannah Gould, Guardian (UK)
"Three things we learned about how business can help achieve SDGs", 30 Oct 2015...
Author: Human Rights and Business Dilemmas Forum (UN Global Compact & Verisk Maplecroft)
This page presents an introduction to and analysis of the dilemma. It does so through the integration of real-world scenarios and case studies, examination of emerging economy contexts and exploration of the specific business risks posed by the...
Myanmar: MCRB, IHRB & DIHR launch impact assessment of information, communications technology sector
Author: Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business, Institute for Human Rights and Business, Danish Institute for Human Rights
“As Technologies transform Myanmar, Online and Offline Human Rights Need Protection”, 24 Sept 2015...
Companies’ rigorous reporting would empower victims of human rights abuses in building case against firms, says academic
Author: Dr. Anil Yilmaz Vastardis, Univ. of Brighton, on Univ. of Essex Human Rights Centre Blogs
"The Impact of enhanced corporate transparency on access to remedy for victims of corporate human rights abuses: Some reflections on the decision of the US Court in the Exxon Mobil case", 27 aug 2015...
Author: Chatham House, Royal Institute of International Affairs
"Corporate Responsibility for International Crimes", 19 May 2015...
On February 24, the launch of the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework in London drew a standing-room only crowd and featured strong affirmations of the Reporting Framework from the evening’s speakers, including UN Guiding Principles author John...
Buildings wrecked by Tuesday's earthquake in Nepal, already weakened by last month's huge quake which killed over 8,000, will take years to rebuild. But another type of infrastructure will bounce back much sooner: communication networks...Enabling aid...
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