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18 March 2016

USA: Amazon should allow shareholders to vote on gender pay equality proposal, says Securities and Exchange Commission

Author: Mari Saito & Nathan Layne, Reuters

"SEC says Amazon should allow shareholder vote on gender pay", 17 Mar 2016...

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24 February 2016

Dem. Rep. of Congo: New report indicates Dodd-Frank Act has increased production of conflict-free minerals

Author: Robbie Whelan, Wall Street Journal (USA)

"Conflict-Free Mineral Exports on the Rise -Enough Project", 23 Feb 2016...

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23 February 2016

Verisk Maplecroft report identifies top 10 human rights issues for companies in 2016

Author: Matt Mace, edie.net

"Supply chain ethics and traceability among biggest business human rights issues, report finds", 19 Feb 2016...

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9 February 2016

Coca-Cola’s Swaziland subsidiary helped it stay involved in apartheid So. Africa, generates “unaccountable billions” for Swazi monarchy - investigative report

Author: Khadija Sharife, 100Reporters (USA)

"Trade Secrets: Coca-Cola’s Hidden Formula for Avoiding Taxes", 3 Dec 2015...

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5 February 2016

Intel Corporation Slavery and Modern Slavery Statement

Author: Intel

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28 January 2016

Businesses are increasingly shaping their policies to address human rights

Author: Lisa Manley & Judy Sandford, Cone Communications on CSRWire

"From Expectation to Business Imperative: A New Age of Corporate Communications on Human Rights", 13 Jan 2016...

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25 January 2016

World Economic Forum challenged to improve its own gender balance in order to tackle global digital gender divide

Author: Henrietta Moore, Guardian (UK)

"Davos: how can an event that's 82% male solve the digital gender divide?", 19 Jan 2016...

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15 January 2016

Commentary: "From Expectation to Business Imperative: A New Age of Corporate Communications on Human Rights"

Author: Lisa Manley & Judy Sandford, Cone Communications, on CSRWire

So why should companies focus on communicating about human rights? A driving force in corporate transparency has been increased coverage of human rights abuses in the media...It’s clear that human rights shouldn’t be viewed as purely an issue in...

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13 January 2016

KnowtheChain assesses 20 firms' action on forced labour in supply chains

As reports of human trafficking and forced labor abuses in corporate supply chains continue to increase, many companies are adopting policies and programs to mitigate these risks. Yet little is known about which companies are leading the way in human ...

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8 January 2016

Intel says its entire supply chain will be conflict-free in 2016

Author: Adele Peters, Fast Company Co.Exist (USA)

"In 2016, Intel's Entire Supply Chain Will Be Conflict-Free", 5 Jan. 2016...

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