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13 March 2018
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Author: Gestión (Perú)

“En Estados Unidos, empresas abordan temas que gobierno evita”, 2 de marzo de 2018...

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12 December 2017

Investors launch five-year global initiative to engage largest corporate greenhouse gas emitters to act on climate change

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11 December 2017
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6 November 2017
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Author: Brice Pedroletti, Le Monde (France)

 « A Taïwan, nouvelle victoire judiciaire des ouvrières empoisonnées de Thomson », 2 novembre 2017...

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4 September 2017

UK: Investing in skills training & promoting collective bargaining will help prevent potential negative impacts of AI & automation on workers

Author: Trades Union Congress

"Shaping our digital future: a TUC discussion paper," 4 September 2017...

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17 August 2017
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15 August 2017

Merck, Intel, Under Armour, Alliance for American Manufacturing & AFL-CIO resign from manufacturing council following President Trump's response to white supremacist violence in Charlottesville

Five members of the American Manufacturing Council resigned following President Trump's failure to quickly condemn racism and violence by white supremacists at a rally in Charlottesville. The rally was organised to protest the planned removal of a...

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12 July 2017

Mars, Tesco, Vinci & General Electric join Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment

Author: Ethical Performance

Four large companies have signed up to the Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment, an international business alliance campaigning to eliminate fees imposed on applicants when they take jobs. The group, which sees the charging of employees as a...

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28 June 2017

John Ruggie analyses power of multinational firms - aims to bridge gap between voluntary & binding approaches

Author: John Ruggie, Harvard University, Regulation & Governance (Australia)

"Multinationals as global institution: Power, authority and relative autonomy", 27 June 2017...

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2 June 2017
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