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Frontline discussion with Christine Bader & Arvind Ganesan on the obligations and costs of doing business in a global context
Author: Sarah Childress and Lu Olkowski, Frontline
'Podcast: what's the moral cost of doing business today?', 19 Nov 2014:...In recent years, we’ve seen a great shift in the business world towards corporate social responsibility. But what does that really mean?...How responsible should companies be for...
Kenya: UK High Commissioner calls for transparent oil revenue management to maximise benefits to locals
Author: Dr Christian Turner, (UK High Commissioner to Kenya) in Capital FM
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Author: Irene Pietropaoli, co-Director Measuring Business & Human Rights and PhD candidate at the Law school of Middlesex University, London
Private security companies (PSCs) often operate in areas of conflict or weak governance...[G]overnments and industry representatives, sometimes with civil society’s participation, have developed several guidelines and codes of conduct that seek PSCs c...
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McDonald's should apply to franchisees similar working conditions model used for its suppliers, says Christine Bader
Author: Christine Bader, visiting scholar at Columbia University
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British govt. urged to intervene in killings at African Barrick Gold's Tanzania mine; company says it's addressing "legitimate grievances"
Author: Tracy McVeigh, in The Guardian (UK) 19 July 2014
"Killings at UK-owned Tanzanian gold mine alarm MPs"...