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8 May 2017

200 investors urge G7 to uphold climate commitments amid concerns that US may pull out of Paris agreement

Author: Attracta Mooney, Financial Times (UK)

"200 large investors urge G7 to keep climate change promises", 8 May 2017...

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19 December 2016

Release of US National Action Plan on Responsible Business Conduct

The US Government released its National Action Plan on Responsible Business Conduct on 16 December 2016 in Washington DC, at an event featuring representatives of the US Departments of Commerce, Labor, State, and Treasury, and the National Economic Co...

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1 September 2016
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Author: Adrian Blundell-Wignall, OCDE, dans L'Observateur de l’OCDE

« Les Principes directeurs : 40 ans et toujours cruciaux », 26 août 2016...

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17 June 2016

G7: Responsible supply chains given short shrift, NGOs express disappointment

In the run-up to the 2016 G7 Summit at Ise-shima, civil society organisations from Japan and from many other countries called on the G7 to continue the focus on ensuring responsible supply chains, and to renew and strengthen the commitments in this ar...

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8 June 2016
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Author: Romain Loury, Journal de l'Environnement (France)

« Agriculture africaine: l’europarlement tance la NASAN », 7 juin 2016...

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16 May 2016

OECD Watch and Trade Union Advisory Committee call for strengthening Natl. Contact Points

Author: OECD Watch

"40th Anniversary of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises," 13 May 2016...

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14 April 2016

Commentary: “Global supply chains are intrinsically problematic” – true or false?

Author: Linda Kromjong, International Organization of Employers (IOE)

Media reports about scandalous working conditions in supplier companies, as well as tragic accidents, give the impression that GSCs [global supply chains] are always intrinsically problematic, even downright “bad”. Are they? What is certainly clear is...

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27 March 2016

World Bank approves US$100 million in financing to create 100,000 jobs for Jordanians, Syrian refugees

Author: The World Bank (US)

Aiming to create 100,000 new jobs for Jordanians and Syrian refugees in the next five years, the World Bank’s Board of Directors has agreed to offer Jordan US$100 million in financing  at rates usually reserved for the poorest countries, World Bank...

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25 March 2016
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Du 3 au 20 mars 2016, une « Caravane pour la terre, l’eau et les semences paysannes » a sillonné l’Afrique de l’Ouest, de Ouagadougou à Dakar en passant par Bamako, pour faire entendre la voix des paysan/nes de toute la sous-région, mis à mal par des...

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19 March 2016

G7: Ise-shima Summit agenda announced, no supply chain

The Japanese government, currently the chair of the G7, informed civil society representatives of the agenda of the forthcoming G7 Summit at Ise-shima, Japan. Despite previous approaches from civil society actors, including a statement from the Network...

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