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So. Africa: Christian Brothers Investment Services urges eight major hotel chains to take steps to prevent human trafficking; all respond
Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
On 21 April 2010 Christian Brothers Investment Services (CBIS) sent a letter to the CEOs of eight major international hotel chains in South Africa, asking them to report on specific actions they are taking to prevent human trafficking in advance of...
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CBIS Issues Call to Action to Hotels to Help Combat Human Trafficking at World Cup Events [So Africa]
Author: Christian Brothers Investment Services [USA]
Christian Brothers Investment Services...has issued a call to action for hotel chains in South Africa to help combat a rise in human trafficking and child sex tourism in association with FIFA World Cup events being held throughout the country between...
Nike has taken the top score for the annual Climate Counts scorecard for the second year in a row, but there are some companies hot on Nike's heels and others that made large leaps in the past year. Climate Counts' third annual scorecard covers 90...
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[PDF] "Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index 2010:A report card on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equality in Corporate America."
Author: Human Rights Campaign
305 businesses achieved the top rating of 100 percent this year, compared with 260 businesses in the previous year. This accounts for 58 businesses that reached 100 percent for the first time and 13 no longer on the list, for a net increase of 45...
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Author: Sydney Morning Herald
Cora Daniels talks to a few executives [of General Electric, UPS, adidas, Hyatt, Akqa Mobile]...who aim to make the most of next year's Beijing Olympics...Sharon Hom, 56 [of Human Rights in China], has waged a four-year campaign targeting Olympic...
Author: Andrew Yeh, Financial Times
...the building of several top-class foreign hotels in Lhasa [Tibet] could [generate much controversy]. The projects [are] typically structured as partnerships between a mainland or Hong Kong developer and foreign manager...The inflow [of tourists] is...
Author: Human Rights Campaign
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