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The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

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13 January 2010

[PDF] Stonewall top 100 Employers 2010: The Workplace Equality Index [UK]

Author: Stonewall

Stonewall’s sixth Workplace Equality Index, the basis for the Stonewall Top 100 Employers 2010, is the definitive national benchmarking exercise showcasing Britain’s top employers for lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) staff…The 25-question index survey...

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1 July 2009

Businesses regret links with slavery

Author: Carola Hoyos, Financial Times

Rothschild…and Freshfields…have become the first UK businesses to say they “greatly regret” their links with slavery. The acknowledgments and expressions of regret came after the Financial Times published previously unexamined documents showing that N...

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8 June 2009

Banks move to scale back socially responsible investing

Author: Mark Cobley, Wealth Bulletin

Several banks [including Citigroup, JP Morgan and Bank of America Merrill Lynch] are cutting back their analysis of companies’ socially responsible policies…However, investor representatives said they were seeing a “mixed picture” emerging in banks’...

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27 May 2009

[PDF] Call for evidence: Business and Human RightsJoint Committee on Human Rights

Author: Vigeo

Vigeo’s reference model is based on criteria drawing together international objectives for social responsibility…In this paper we only consider findings analysed under the Human Rights Domain…25% of the UK companies do not address human rights issues...

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1 December 2008
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Author: Gloria Helena Rey Rodríguez, Portafolio [Colombia]

Con apoyo de ONG norteamericana Amazon Watch, dos líderes se reunieron con representantes del JP Morgan y con una docena de entidades financieras para solicitarles que no compren acciones [de Ecopetrol]. "La empresa está violando los derechos indígenas...

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10 November 2008

Survey of 30 UK asset management firms highlights insufficient concern for social & environmental factors

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10 November 2008

[PDF] Investor Responsibility? UK Fund Managers’ Performance and Accountability on ‘Extra-Financial’ Risks

Author: FairPensions

…[A] detailed study of the Responsible Investment (RI) strategies and activities of thirty of the largest asset managers operating in the UK is timely…This year we have attempted to assess whether companies…do actually focus on environmental and social...

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18 September 2008

Investors Urged not to Buy Ecopetrol Shares on NYSE over Human Rights Concerns

Author: Amazon Watch

Investors were urged today not to buy Ecopetrol shares, expected to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, over concerns about the Colombian state-oil company's inadequate commitment to corporate social responsibility and mishandling of...

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18 September 2008
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Author: Amazon Watch

Se instó a inversionistas no comprar acciones de Ecopetrol, las cuales están circulando desde hoy en la Bolsa de Valores de Nueva York...por sus malos manejos de proyectos controversiales dentro de resguardos indígenas...[La] carta de...Amazon Watch.....

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21 August 2008

Running dry

Author: Economist [UK]

[S]upplies of water…are coming under enormous strain...Untrammelled industrialisation, particularly in poor countries, is contaminating rivers and aquifers...JPMorgan… reckons that five big food and beverage giants—Nestlé, Unilever, Coca-Cola, Anheuser...

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