Member of UN Global Compact
Headquarters in Mexico
Author: Coca Cola FEMSA & FEMSA
Coca-Cola FEMSA is committed with the sustainable development of its associates, communities and the environment. Based on this premise in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas we operate according with the legal framework and under internal processes...
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- This is a response from the following companies: Coca-Cola FEMSA FEMSA
Author: SIPAZ (Mexico)
On April 10th…organizations and neighborhoods of San Cristobal de las Casas made a march to demand the cancellation of the concession to Femsa Coca Cola or at least a cap on the extraction of water from the plant installed in this city.They denounced...
Author: Isaín Mandujo, Proceso (México)
…Este lunes habitantes de San Cristóbal de las Casas protestaron en contra de la embotelladora de Coca Cola, que extrae cada día más de 750 mil litros de agua en una ciudad que afronta una creciente escasez de este recurso…[O]rganizaciones de barrios...
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Migrant workers in agricultural supply chains: Companies must act on recruitment, worker voice and traceability
Author: Annabel Short, Deputy Director, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
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Colombian Agency for Reintegration reveals best companies that offer jobs to demobilised combatants, in context of peace negotiations with Farc guerrilla group
[This is an unofficial translation by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre of the original news in Spanish]...
Colombia: Prominent companies offering jobs to demobilised combatants, in the context of a signed peace agreement with Farc guerrilla group
[This is an informal translation by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre of the original news in Spanish]...
“Emab, entre las 20 empresas que más emplean desmovilizados”...
Author: Miriam Posada García, La Jornada
[Note: The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Energía Eólica del Sur (Mareña Renovables at the time), as well as companies financing and benefiting from the project, including Femsa and Heineken, to respond to human rights concerns...
Author: Alfredo Acedo, Americas Program
“Grassroots Movement Blocks Water Privatization in Mexico”, 13 Mar 2015...