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1 September 2005

[PDF] 2005 Corporate Equality Index

Author: Human Rights Campaign

[Rates companies on policies and practices toward gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees, consumer & public policy issues....

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8 September 2005

Banks and Financial Service Providers Figure Prominently in FTSE4Good Attrition, DJSI Matriculation

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

The two leading global socially responsible investment (SRI) index providers, the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI) and FTSE4Good, announced results of their annual reviews yesterday...High-profile names stud the DJSI lists, with McDonald's,...

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1 November 2005

[PDF] full report: "The Business Case for Diversity - Good Practices in the Workplace"

Author: European Commission

[with good practice case studies on Adecco, Air Products, Bertelsmann, BT, COCO-MAT, Danfoss, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Telekom, Dublin Bus, Ford, Goldman Sachs, Grupo Vips, IBM, Manchalan, Randstad Belgium, Shell, Tesco, TNT (part of TPG), Volvo Group]

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10 November 2005

One Year On: Global Compact Maps Progress on Mainstreaming ESG [environmental, social, governance] Considerations

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Two recent reports [UN Global Compact's "Who Cares Wins: One Year On" & "Investing for Long-Term Value" by UN Global Compact, IFC, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs] paint a vivid picture of developments over the past year on integrating...

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22 November 2005

Saving the Environment, One Quarterly Earnings Report at a Time

Author: Claudia H. Deutsch, New York Times

Cargill is one of several companies profiting from the concerns - of shareholders, communities and consumers - about global warming, leaking landfills and other potential environmental hazards... "Investors believe it is simply not acceptable to be...

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1 December 2005

"Finance Sector Profiting from Poverty, Environmental Damage and Human Rights Abuses", says report by Amnesty Intl., Global Witness, New Economics Foundation & 7 other NGOs

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1 December 2005

[PDF] full report: "A Big Deal? Corporate Social Responsibility and the Finance Sector in Europe"

Author: Action Aid, Amnesty International, CAFOD, Christian Aid, The Corner House, Friends of the Earth, Global Witness, New Economics Foundation, Tax Justice Network, WWF

[refers to ABN Amro, Aviva, Barclays, Calyon (part of Crédit Agricole), China Development Bank, China Import Export Bank, Commerzbank, Crédit Agricole, Credit Suisse First Boston, Deutsche Bank, Espirito Santo, Goldman Sachs, Henderson Global...

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8 December 2005

[DOC] Speech by Peter D Sutherland KCMG, Chairman of BP & Goldman Sachs International - at the 2005 Business and Human Rights Seminar

Author: Peter D Sutherland, Chairman of BP & Goldman Sachs International

The challenge which is pre-occupying many people at the moment is that of codifying or formalising the relationship of business to the UN Declaration of Human Rights. This is now being taken forward by Kofi Annan’s Special Representative John Ruggie....

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31 December 2005

[PDF] Conflict and Project Finance: exploring options for better management of conflict risk

Author: Corene Crossin, Jessie Banfield - International Alert

This background paper focuses on the linkages between project finance and conflict. Project finance is frequently used to fund investments in higher-risk developing countries – particularly for large infrastructure and natural resource extraction...

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17 January 2006

Top 100 British employers of lesbian, gay & bisexual staff for 2006 - top 10 include: IBM, Accenture, BT, Credit Suisse First Boston, JP Morgan

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