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16 November 2009

TwentyFifty launches report on how companies understand & tackle human rights issues in the UK

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16 November 2009

[PDF] The Private Sector and Human Rights in the UK

Author: TwentyFifty, commissioned by UK Govt. Ministry of Justice, Department of Health

..The Private Sector and Human Rights scoping study was commissioned by the Ministry of Justice and the Department of Health, to provide an insight into how businesses understand human rights and to establish a dialogue with the UK private sector on...

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Company non-response
17 June 2009

National Express did not respond to: Submission by Drive Up Standards to UK Parliament Joint Committee inquiry on business & human rights alleges labour & human rights abuses by National Express.

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Article
29 May 2009

[DOC] “Drive up Standards” Submission to Joint Commitee on Human Rights: Session 2008-09

Author: Drive Up Standards

For the purposes of this submission we focus…on the overseas activities of UK-based transport multinational National Express Group…Our experience of this company, especially in North America, provides a picture of a business that continually practices...

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26 August 2007

The good, the bad and the FTSE [UK]

Author: Observer [UK]

…In this week's Good Companies Guide, compiled with research from Co-operative Investments, we identify the best 20 firms in the FTSE 350 index, assessed on a range of social, environmental and corporate governance criteria…Best 20 firms in FTSE 350 ...

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Article
1 January 2005

In the firing line

Author: Hazards [Trade Unions Congress magazine]

Britain's safety laws need improving to protect lives. At the moment they can't even protect the jobs of people raising safety concerns. [refers to Costain, Connex (part of Veolia Environnement), South West Trains (part of Stagecoach Group), Midland...

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1 January 2005

UK: 1500 workers fired since 1999 for refusing dangerous tasks

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