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On human rights day, investors affirm responsibility of business to safeguard human rights in global supply chains

Author: Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility, Published on: 10 December 2013

In commemoration of Human Rights Day 2013, today members of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, a coalition of faith-based and socially responsible investors, announced that they would begin a month-long campaign in January to urge fifteen companies in the food-agricultural and hospitality sectors to implement policies that will prevent human rights abuses in their global supply chains. The food-ag companies identified in the initiative are ADM, ConAgra, Costco, Darden Restaurants, Kroger, Mondelez Int’l, Target, Walmart and the hospitality companies are Choice, Delta, Hyatt, Starwood, US Airways, Wyndham, and Southwest.

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Related companies: Archer Daniels Midland Choice Hotels ConAgra Costco Darden Restaurants Delta Air Lines Hyatt Kroger Mondelēz International Southwest Airlines Starwood Hotels Target US Airways