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Lack of Human Rights Policy Concerns Chevron Shareowners in Light of Unocal Merger

The 2002 Chevron Corporate Responsibility Report stated the company had "developed a draft Human Rights Statement" and that it sought to "revise and finalize the statement and begin corporate-wide implementation in 2004." "As of now, Chevron has not published its human rights statement nor disclosed its timeline for implementing a human rights policy," writes AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Richard Trumka in a July 22, 2005 letter to Chevron CEO and Board Chair David O'Reilly...In a July 28 response letter, Chevron Board Vice Chair Peter Robertson discloses a timeline, but he does not answer the question.

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