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12 Dec 2018

Patrick Rogers, HP

HP marks Human Rights Day by celebrating six human rights campaigners

On the 70th annual Human Rights Day, HP celebrates our partners and heroes working to improve the lives of workers and their families around the world....Companies have an obligation to operate ethically and treat workers, customers and the general public fairly, and HP is proud to promote respect for human rights in all of the company’s operations. This year, Human Rights Day marks the 70th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the historic proclamation that established the fundamental freedoms of conscience, speech, religion and others belonging to every citizen of the planet, regardless of the laws of the countries where they live.

Caroline Rees

President and co-founder, Shift

Anjali Kochar

Executive Director, Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation U.S.

Jay Celorie

Human Rights Officer, HP Inc.

John Morisson

Chief Executive, Institute for Human Rights and Business

Shawn McDonald

Chief Executive Officer, Verité

Laura Rubbo

Director, responsible governance and supply chain, The Walt Disney Co.