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29 October 2008

Global Network Initiative - media coverage & responses (Oct 2008)

Author: compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Global Network Initiative, a coalition of Internet companies, human rights NGOs and others, agreed to new guidelines in October 2008 "to respond to government censorship and threats to privacy"... [Links to media coverage & responses. Refers to...

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29 October 2008
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Author: Anouch Seydtaghia, Le Temps [Suisse]

Après deux ans d'efforts, Microsoft, Google et Yahoo! doivent annoncer ce mercredi la signature d'un code de conduite pour tenter de protéger les droits de l'homme au niveau international... Amnesty International, qui a été invité à co-rédiger le texte...

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28 November 2008

The Role of Business in Poverty Reduction towards a Sustainable Corporate Story? [requires free registration]

Author: Rob van Tulder, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development

This paper addresses the way in which the largest firms in the world are coping with their involvement in the issue of poverty at home and abroad…It aims at identifying and documenting various strategies that can be and are employed by corporations to...

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1 December 2008
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Author: La Banque Mondiale

La Coalition d'Entreprises Citoyennes de Madagascar (CECM) regroupe une quinzaine d’entreprises décidées à œuvrer pour lutter contre trois maladies : le VIH/SIDA, la tuberculose et le paludisme... A l’occasion de la Journée Mondiale de lutte contre le...

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10 December 2008

CEO Statement - List of companies

Author: UN Global Compact

The chief executives of the following 245 companies have expressed interest in signing the statement: 4C Strategies, A. Raymond, A.Z. Industries, AB Volvo Group, ABIMIP, Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA), Adecco Japan, Adetel Group, Adriatica,...

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1 February 2009
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Author: Les Echos

La sortie de la crise qui frappe l'économie mondiale passera par le développement durable. Green business, nouveaux marchés, responsabilisation de la finance, mobilisation des salariés...[les participants incluent les représentants d'Accor, Alcatel...

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1 September 2009

Carbon Disclosure Project finds improved disclosure of emissions among world's largest companies - Bayer, BASF, HSBC, Wal-Mart, Chevron lead

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1 September 2009

[PDF] Carbon Disclosure Project 2009 - Global 500 Report

Author: Carbon Disclosure Project

Following the increase in the number of CDP signatories, the standard of disclosure over the past seven years since the inception of CDP has increased dramatically... The number of Asian companies responding to CDP 2009 increasedby 39% (51 to 71) from...

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30 September 2009

France: Brutal management culture, degrading treatment blamed for high suicide rate among France Telecom workers - company calls suicides a "fad"

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30 September 2009

Why are so many France Telecom workers dying?

Author: John Lichfield & Alexandra Mauviel, The Independent

A 51-year-old father of two employed in an Orange call centre…threw himself from a motorway bridge near Annecy on Monday. His death brought the number of France Telecom employees who have committed suicide in the past 19 months to 24. Trades union...

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