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Company Response

Response by Nornickel to BHRRC's inquiry re compliance with UNGPs

...The principle of observing human rights is fixed in the company’s various documents/policies, including its Code of Business Ethics, personal data processing policy, regulation on the fight against theft of material assets, Policy for the protection of human rights, Indigenous Rights Policy, Local Community Relations Policy, Freedom of Association Policy, and Working Conditions Policy. The company does not use child labour. Human rights is a value that we seek to integrate into our corporate culture throughout our enterprises and across the company’s hierarchy, from Nornickel’s President to its management to its employees, all of whom commit to respecting human rights and have outlets to report human rights violations. Furthermore, all of the company’s new projects are vetted for compliance with national and international legislation and subjected to comprehensive human rights reviews, including impact assessments...

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