PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen)
Headquarters in USA
Author: David Serchuk, Forbes.com
China is surely the growth story of the century, and investors want to be a part of it. But how can you know if your investment helps liberate China's people, or merely strengthens their oppressors?...These questions are way too broad to hope to answer...
Author: Tom Harkin, Los Angeles Times
...From now through the end of November, instead of attending classes, 2 million Uzbek children ages 6 to 15 will be forced to spend their days picking cotton...In 2007, a group of nongovernmental organizations and socially responsible investors...
Author: Fair Labor Association
The Fair Labor Association (FLA) today released its 2008 annual public report, which provides statistics on the 239 unannounced factory audits conducted in 2007 and 2008 by FLA-accredited independent monitors and highlights FLA projects that have found...
Author: United Nations Global Compact
A human rights policy can take many forms and has no uniform definition…Adopting a human rights policy is only a first step in a company’s human rights due diligence towards meeting its responsibility to respect human rights. But it sends a clear...
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Author: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility [USA]
From worker rights abuses to the social impacts of extractive industries to supply chain abuses like forced child labor, ICCR [Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility] members challenge companies to develop human rights policies that ensure that...
Author: International Labour Rights Forum
Companies across the US and Europe have taken a stand against forced child labor in the production of Uzbek cotton. In addition, some companies are working hard to develop clear traceability for cotton and other components of clothing....[C]ompanies...
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Author: UN Global Compact & Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
Why respect human rights?...Why develop a human rights policy?...Getting started - the process behind the policy...What are the key ingredients of a human rights policy?...Next steps - Path to implementation...[refers to BlackRock, AXA, Investment...
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Author: Norwegian Government Pension Fund
Walt Disney, Ericsson and Hennes & Mauritz [H&M] were among 9 out of 527 companies to get top marks for managing and reporting on the risks of child labour use and children’s rights violations in their operations and supply chains...Intel,...
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Author: UN Special Representative on business & human rights John Ruggie
The Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for business and human rights has identified instances of applications of the U.N. “Protect, Respect and Remedy” Framework, in whole or in part, as a resource for those looking for...
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