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12 November 2018

Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Key Findings Report 2018

Author: Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

Since its inception, the CHRB has been aiming to answer a deceptively simple question; which companies perform best on human rights issues? [...] [T]his document [...] rank[s] 101 of the world’s largest companies in high human-rights-risk sectors and...

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14 May 2018

Corporate Human Rights Benchmark 2018 Progress Report

In 2017, CHRB launched the first Corporate Human Rights Benchmark, a landmark assessment of the largest public companies in the agricultural products, apparel and extractives industries. In 2018, CHRB will be releasing the follow up benchmark and...

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13 March 2018

Co's not doing enough to ensure gender diversity at senior management level, finds Vigeo Eiris

Author: Vigeo Eiris

Vigeo Eiris reviews the level of female representation at Board and Executive levels for almost 4,000 listed companies worldwide......

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23 February 2018

Labour signatories urge brands to sign onto 2018 Bangladesh Accord 100 days before current Accord ends

Author: IndustriALL

"100 days until current Accord ends – labour signatories urge brands to sign onto 2018 Accord", 22 February 2018...

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29 January 2018

M&S, John Lewis, Debenhams, Next & Sainsbury’s among UK retailers yet to renew safety deal in Bangladesh factories

Author: Sarah Butler, The Guardian (UK)

Marks & Spencer, John Lewis, Debenhams, Next and Sainsbury’s are among a group of British retailers yet to join international rivals in renewing their commitment to a factory safety deal in Bangladesh....

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12 January 2018
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Author: ComunicaRSE

“Hugo Boss reconoce trabajo forzoso en su cadena de valor”, 9 de enero de 2017...

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8 January 2018

India: Investigation by the Guardian finds workers confined in factories supplying Hugo Boss & major UK brands

Author: Peter Bengsten, The Guardian

"Workers held captive in Indian mills supplying Hugo Boss", 4 Jan 2018...

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20 December 2017

Ukraine, Serbia & Hungary: Report by Clean Clothes Campaign details poverty wages & poor working conditions in garment factories producing for global brands; incl. co responses

The report "Europe's Sweatshops" published by Clean Clothes Campaign documents poverty wages and poor working conditions in the garment and shoe industry throughout Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. The report is presented together with new country...

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19 December 2017

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7 November 2017

Turkey: Zara to establish fund for workers left unpaid following closure of outsource factory

Customers in Istanbul reportedly found handwritten notes from Turkish workers in the pockets of in-store garments asking shoppers to back their campaign for better labour standards. The workers were employed by the manufacturer Bravo, which they say...

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