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12 Dec 2018

Unilever (UK)

Unilever celebrates human rights day with videos on salient human rights issues

"Human Rights: Making a positive and lasting impact", 10 Dec 2018

In 2015, in our inaugural Human Rights Report (PDF | 5MB), we identified our eight salient human rights issues – the human rights that are at risk of the most severe negative impacts to right-holders through our activities or business relationships. The eight salient issues are discrimination; fair wages; forced labour; freedom of association; harassment; health & safety; land rights; and working hours. On this Human Rights Day, which marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, our business leaders share highlights of the progress we have made in a series of short videos:

Video: Our progress on all 8 salient human rights issues

Check the original article to see the rest of the videos.