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[PDF] Business and Human Rights in the Middle East and North Africa – A regional briefing

This briefing provides insights into many cases of alleged abuse, and company responses to them, alongside descriptions of positive steps that some firms are taking. It provides practical examples of the ways forward for companies and governments in the region. [all firms mentioned in the briefing: Abdulla Nass; Accenture; Adidas; Africa Israel; Ahava; Al Asfoor; Al Hamad; Alcatel-Lucent; Alstom; Amesys; Anglo American; Aramex; AT&T; BAE Systems; Bank Audi; BLC Bank; Blue Coat; CACI; Carrefour; Century Miracle Apparel; Chemical Industries Development; Citi; Computerlinks FZCO; Co-operative Group; Daoud & Partners; Emirates; Etihad; Etisalat; Evoca; Facebook; FSI Worldwide; G4S; Glowork; Google; GP Zachariades; Helwan Fertilizers; KBR; Lebanese Family Club; LINKdotNet; Manpower; Marks & Spencer; Mazaya Investment Group; Mekorot; Microsoft; Millicom; Mondelez; MTV Lebanon; Noor Group; OHM; Ooredoo; Orange; Orascom; PepsiCo; Procera Networks; Qatalum; Qatar Airways; Rosoboronexport; Saudi Aramco; Saudi Star Development; SEKEM; Senior Group; Sjovik; Spinneys; Suez Steel (part of Solb Misr); Telecom Egypt; TeliaSonera; Tesco; Veolia; Villaggio; Vodafone; Websense; Yahoo!; Zain]

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