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How are companies responding to the refugee crisis in Europe?

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is collecting company statements in response to the refugee crisis.

As of 16 October 2015, we have received statements from:

  1. Audi (part of Volkswagen)
  2. Aviva
  3. Bosch
  4. BMW
  5. Daimler
  6. Deutsche Telekom
  7. E.ON
  8. FC Bayern
  9. OMV
  10. SAP
  11. ThyssenKrupp
  12. Vodafone
  13. Volkswagen
  14. Unilever

Other companies, including H&M and Tesco have shared information about donations by their companies or company foundations in response to the crisis.

To share your company's statement on this page, please contact Eniko Horvath ([email protected]). 

Companies are also invited to share their statements via UN Global Compact's & UNHCR's Business Action Pledge in response to the refugee crisis.  Statements received through this call are also highlighted below from:

  1. Bayer & Bayer Foundations
  2. BBVA
  3. Cyber-Wear Heidelberg
  4. Evonik Industries
  5. GlaxoSmithKline
  6. MAN Group
  7. Nestlé
  8. Novartis
  9. Novo Nordisk
  10. RWE
  11. Sanofi
  12. Global Compact Network Brazil

Company Responses

ThyssenKrupp View Response
Daimler AG View Response
Deutsche Telekom View Response
Vodafone View Response
FC Bayern View Response

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