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18 July 2006

UN Advances Business Case for Materiality of SRI, Leaving Skeptics Little Wiggle Room

Author: Bill Baue, SocialFunds.com

With any controversial idea, there comes a point when a critical mass accepts the notion as self-evident and simply abandons the attempt to convince skeptics because their objections fade into irrelevance. The United Nations is ushering the financial...

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8 March 2006

Homophobia and the City [UK] [scroll down to second article]

Author: Simon Bowers, Guardian [UK]

The City of London's biggest banks and trading houses may be making all the right noises in public about their anti-discrimination initiatives, but homophobia is still rife throughout many offices...according to gay and lesbian campaign group...

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17 January 2006

Top 100 British employers of lesbian, gay & bisexual staff for 2006 - top 10 include: IBM, Accenture, BT, Credit Suisse First Boston, JP Morgan

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17 January 2006

Workplace Equality Index [UK]

Author: Stonewall

The [Workplace Equality] Index measures 20 criteria covering policy and practice—from having a non-discrimination policy promoted to all staff that includes sexual orientation to...supporting a lesbian and gay employee network group...On 17 January...

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10 November 2005

One Year On: Global Compact Maps Progress on Mainstreaming ESG [environmental, social, governance] Considerations

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Two recent reports [UN Global Compact's "Who Cares Wins: One Year On" & "Investing for Long-Term Value" by UN Global Compact, IFC, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs] paint a vivid picture of developments over the past year on integrating...

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3 August 2005

Report Indicts Vedanta Resources for Flagrant Human Rights, Environmental Violations [in India] - Counter Report Challenges Vedanta at August 3 London Shareholders Meeting

Author: India Resource Center & Nostromo Research

A new report published today, Ravages through India...documents the forced displacement of communities, flagrant violations of environmental laws, land grabs, shady financial dealings, public health crisis and worker's rights abuses [by Vedanta...

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1 August 2005

India: NGO report accuses Vedanta Resources of displacing communities, violating environmental laws & workers' rights

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1 August 2005

[PDF] full report: "Vedanta Resources plc Counter Report 2005 - Ravages through India"

Author: Nostromo Research & India Resource Center

[also refers to Bharat Aluminum Company (BALCO), Madras Aluminium Company (MALCO), Vedanta Alumina, Hindustan Zinc (all part of Vedanta Resources); Sterlite Industries (major shareholder of Vedanta Resources), Twin Star Holdings, Volcan Investments,...

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16 November 2004

Shake-Up at CNPC [China National Petroleum Corporation]

Author: Africa Energy Intelligence

In recent weeks, CNPC, advised by JP Morgan [JPMorgan Chase], has initiated talks with [its affiliate] PetroChina - advised by Citigroup in its turn - on selling the affiliate all of its international holdings, particularly in Sudan...Up to the...

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1 January 2004

Out of Burma: Grassroots Activism Forces Multinationals to End Ties with the Burmese Dictatorship

Author: Jeff Shaw, Multinational Monitor

The brutality of the ruling military junta, the elegance of the Burmese democratic movement and the strategic savvy of an international solidarity movement have spurred a multinational corporate procession out of the country, and away from support for...

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