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Blog post
6 June 2019

Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence: A business perspective

Author: William Anderson, Inhouse Counsel (Human Rights), adidas

In short, it is not a question of if, but when such laws will be in place and how they will impact current business operations and practices.

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Company response
20 May 2019

Hewlett Packard Responds to allegations on supplying products linked to war crimes

Author: Emmanuel Fyle, Global Corporate Media Relations of Hewlett Packard

“HPE is strongly committed to socially responsible business practices and has been throughout its history.  Our work in Israel is consistent with our values and standards.  It is not our policy to take sides in political disputes between countries or...

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11 March 2019

The CSR challenge for Chinese ELCs in Cambodia

Author: 11/03/19 - Rhoda Guetta, People's Coalition on Food Sovereignty (PCFS)

The economic land concessions (ELC) the government of Cambodia granted to the subsidiaries of Chinese private enterprise (POE) Guangdong Hengfu Group Sugar Industry Co., Ltd. in 2012 has become one of the major land disputes in the country. The governments of China and Cambodia are expected to take necessary steps in protecting the rights of and providing remedy to the communities in order to address such land disputes.

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Story
29 January 2019

Lafarge lawsuit (re complicity in crimes against humanity in Syria)

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Article
24 January 2019

Judge Dismisses Company’s Racketeering Claims Against Greenpeace

Author: Nicholas Kusnetz, Inside Climate News

A U.S. judge on [22 January 2019] dismissed the most serious claims in a lawsuit brought by a Canadian logging company that accused Greenpeace and another advocacy group of running a criminal enterprise to damage the company…...

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Article
5 November 2018

Commentary: Companies' attempts to silence human rights advocates & attack free speech - Energy Transfer Partners' lawsuit against Greenpeace

Author: Molly Dorozenski, Greenpeace

"7 Things You Need to Know About ETP’s Lawsuit Against Greenpeace", 7 Dec 2017...

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Article
12 October 2018

An open letter to Microsoft: don’t bid on the US military’s project JEDI

Author: Employees of Microsoft, Medium

We joined Microsoft to create a positive impact on people and society, with the expectation that the technologies we build will not cause harm or human suffering. Tuesday’s blog post serves as a public declaration of Microsoft’s intent to bid on the...

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Story
2 October 2018

KnowTheChain: Ranking of 40 ICT companies on efforts to address forced labour in supply chains

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Company response
24 September 2018

Hewlett Packard Enterprise responds to allegations linking its products to war crimes

Author: Emmanuel Fyle, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

HPE is strongly committed to socially responsible business practices and has been throughout its history. Our work in Israel is consistent with our values and standards. It is not our policy to take sides in political disputes between countries or...

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Blog post
20 August 2018

Comments on the “Zero Draft” Treaty on Business & Human Rights

Author: Professor John G. Ruggie, Harvard University

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