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

Author: TwentyFifty, commissioned by UK Govt. Ministry of Justice, Department of Health, Published on: 16 November 2009

..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 the subject…This report is about how a number of companies understand and tackle human rights issues in the UK...The outreach behind this report involved 167 companies, employing around 2 million people in the UK and 4.5 million globally. It involved an online questionnaire and in‐depth interviews...[companies interviewed: Asda, Asidua, Atos Origin, BAE Systems, Barclays, BT, Bupa, Concordia YSV, Dana Petroleum, EON, Innocent, Kalyx, KPMG, Manpower, McAvoy Group, National Express, National Grid, Pentland Brands, RBS, Serco, Sodexho, Thames Water, Vodaphone]

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Related companies: ASDA (part of Walmart) Atos (formerly Atos Origin) BAE Systems Barclays BT BUPA E.ON Kalyx KPMG ManpowerGroup National Express National Grid Pentland Group Serco Sodexo Thames Water (part of RWE) Vodafone