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16 March 2006

Tourism and Human Rights Initiative launched by IBLF & UN World Tourism Organization - will develop & adopt set of human rights principles (companies involved include Four Seasons, Hilton, Marriott, Intercontinental, Rezidor, Starwood, Superclubs, TAJ,...

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15 March 2006

IBLF makes the case for business action on workplace health

Author: International Business Leaders Forum

The Business of Health - The Health of Business profiles 10 workplace health programmes...The case studies featured in this practical guide profile a range of projects set up by companies and organisations from various sectors, including the Dow...

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1 March 2006

IBLF profiles workplace health initiatives on hygiene, pollution, HIV/AIDS, mental health, other issues

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1 March 2006

[PDF] full report: "The business of health - the health of business"

Author: International Business Leaders Forum

[with case studies on Dow Chemical, GlaxoSmithKline, Intercontinental Hotels, Volkswagen, Lafarge, Unilever, Philips, Shell Foundation, Vietnam business links (footwear sector), Pfizer]

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19 February 2006

Some are short, others long, but critics say FTSE 100 CSR reviews are nothing more than corporate spin [UK]

Author: Andy Favell, The Independent [UK]

...nearly a fifth of the UK's top public companies are still failing to deliver comprehensive reports detailing the economic, environmental and social impact of their business. [also refers to BHP Billiton, Reuters, Wolseley, Alliance UniChem,...

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21 December 2004
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8 June 2004

InterContinental Hotels: "Human rights"

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15 April 2004

KFC's plans for Tibet restaurant could result in backlash

Author: Reuters

With 1,000 restaurants, China is KFC's biggest market outside the United States...As a result, KFC [part of YUM!] is almost certain to encounter opposition from pro-Tibet activist groups trying to characterise it as supporting Beijing's position that...

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19 March 2004

Hotel Industry's Diversity Initiatives: Are They Enough? [USA]

Author: Lisa Tsering, India West

[USA]: The Multicultural Advisory Council's members include...human resource executives and diversity specialists from Wyndham International [part of Cendant], Accor North America, Carlson Hospitality Worldwide, Hyatt Hotels, Hilton Hotels, Best...

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18 February 2003

Deaf Job Applicant to Receive $75,000 for Disability Bias in EEOC [U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] Settlement with Holiday Inn-Northglenn

Author: U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

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