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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Morgan Stanley to respond, it did not.
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Author: Oxfam America (US)
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Australia: Growing support amongst large institutional investors for shareholder & NGO campaigns on climate & human rights
Author: Ruth Williams, The Sydney Morning Herald
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BankTrack paper explores responsibilities of banks allegedly contributing to human rights violations through finance
In this briefing paper, BankTrack examines whether private sector banks may have contributed to adverse human rights impacts through their provision of finance. The paper explores eight cases of human rights abuses and the relationship and...
Author: Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley maintains a global environmental and social risk management framework to identify and assess a range of environmental and social issues that may be associated with proposed transactions across the firm’s business units. This risk...
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Author: David Wei, We Mean Business
...[W]e are excited to introduce the Climate Policy Tracker, an online tool led by We Mean Business coalition partner BSR, which is intended to help businesses realize the immense benefits of embracing a low-carbon future by providing up-to-date...