Member of UN Global Compact
Infosys website: http://www.infosys.com
Author: Tomorrow's Company
We all believe that for companies to succeed into the future they must play a greater role in contributing to solving the problems that society faces...We believe in a strong market economy...But...There are major issues which the market and the...
Author: Poulomi Mrinal Saha, Ethical Corporation
[Overview of corporate responsibility initiatives in India, including dalit discrimination, child labour, displacement, climate change. Refers to Tata Motors, Tata Steel, Infosys, National Thermal Power Corporation, WeP Peripherals, General Electric,...
Author: Jane Nelson, The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
As the [OECD] has commented…”Increasing economic growth is essential – but it is not enough. The quality of growth –its sustainability, composition and equity – is equally important”…In many developing countries achieving this goal [improving the...
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Author: Alison Maitland, Financial Times
The arrival on the world stage of powerful companies from emerging economies, such as Rosneft...and Lenovo...is reshaping global business and giving fresh impetus to the debate about its responsibilities. Will tomorrow's corporate leviathans adhere to...
Author: Tomorrow's Company
Tomorrow's Global Company is the latest inquiry from Tomorrow's Company, focusing on the role & purpose of global companies and the conditions for their success in the future.
Author: Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, Inter Press Service
India's...government has on the anvil controversial legislation that would see jobs reserved for ‘dalits'...in private corporations after a pattern that has long existed in the public sector. Opposition to the proposed law is already building up from...
Author: Carbon Disclosure Project, ASrIA, Trucost
In 2006, CDP [Carbon Disclosure Project] extended [its] information request to over 2000 companies in total, which included 125 from Asia excluding Japan... Overall, only 26% of the companies responded to the information request...The mixed response...
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Author: UN Global Compact
The policy on Communication on Progress (COP), introduced in 2003, was designed to increase transparency around Global Compact companies and their actions in support of the ten principles. Companies are asked to communicate publicly on their progress...
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