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La 4e édition du « Guide pour une High-tech responsable » a...été publiée aujourd’hui par Greenpeace et offre un nouveau classement des fabricants mondiaux d’électronique...au regard de critères « verts »... Nokia regagne la tête du classement et...
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Author: Andrea Binder and Jan Martin Witte, Overseas Development Institute
This paper [explores] systematically the new roles companies are playing in humanitarian action. The paper is a product of a scoping exercise to assess the depth and nature of non-commercial and commercial business engagement in humanitarian relief;.....
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Author: Hélène Ahlberger Le Deunff, in CSR Asia
The responses of European and US industry associations to the draft Chinese labour contract law stirred up a great deal of controversy around the world...As labour activists rightly point out, the image of multinationals as it emerges from the debate...
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[PDF] full report: "The production of electronic components for the IT industries: Changing labour force requirements in a global economy [see in particular chapters 6 & 7]
Author: Intl. Labour Organization
[see in particular the table 7.1 on pg. 114 that indicates for the following companies whether they have a Code of Conduct, participate in Electronics Industry Code of Conduct & Global e-Sustainability Initiative, publish a social report, follow...
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China's proposed labour law reform: concerns about US & European industry association lobbying; company responses & non-responses
Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited several US & European companies to respond to concerns about the positions taken by industry associations regarding China's proposed labour law reform....
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- Related in-depth areas: Apparel & textile China China labour law reform Corporate lobbying allegedly undermining union rights
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Welcome to StEP – an initiative of various UN organizations with the overall aim to solve the e-waste problem. Together with prominent members from industry, governments, international organizations, NGOs and the science sector actively participating...