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NGO rejoinder
27 September 2019

Rejoinder from Access Now to NSO Group's response

Author: Access Now

Novalpina’s Stephen Peel promised “ robust transparency ” in his March 1, 2019 letter; this latest reply from NSO Group shows that there is still a way to go to deliver on that promise. In its reply, NSO Group claims that it complies with all...

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23 September 2019
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Disclosure
19 July 2019

Ericsson’s response to 2019 Corporate Human Rights Benchmark

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Story
19 July 2019

Ericsson’s submission to the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark disclosure platform

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Article
6 November 2018
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Author: Olivier Tesquet, Télérama (France)

 « L'Union européenne renonce à durcir l'exportation de technologies de surveillance », 29 octobre 2018...

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Event
2 March 2017

Global Conflict Mineral Compliance & Supply Chain Transparency Summit

2-3 March | Amsterdam

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Event
13 November 2016

2016 UN Forum on Business & Human Rights

14-16 November | Geneva

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Article
1 September 2016

Shift reflects on progress & challenges 5 years since UN Guiding Principles

Author: Caroline Rees & Rachel Davis, Shift

"Where We're At: Taking Stock of Progress on Business and Human Rights," Aug 2016...

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Article
7 August 2016

Ericsson India extends paid maternity leaves to 26 weeks

Author: Namrata Singh, Times News Network

In order to provide adequate support helping balance employees' role as parents along with their work commitments, Ericsson India has extended paid maternity leaves to 26 weeks. The company said it will also offer the same benefits in case of adoption...

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12 May 2016
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Author: Farid Farah, Maghreb Emergent (Algérie)

« Les TIC sont le moteur du développement durable, selon un rapport d’Ericsson », 7 mai 2016...

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