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Former Unilever CEO calls for greater public-private cooperation amid COVID-19 outbreak, dubbing it an “acid test” for stakeholder capitalism
Author: Terry Slavin, Ethical Corporation
“Paul Polman: “Coronavirus is an acid test for stakeholder capitalism”, 20 March 2020...
Author: Peni Komaisavai & Samantha Magick, Islands Business
"Keeping our seafarers safe", July 2019...
- Related in-depth areas: Maritime Industry and Human Rights: Fishing
Author: Jacob Wolinsky, Value Walk
"Monster Beverage from laggard to leader on slavery in supply chain", 4 June 2019...
Tuna brands are failing to tackle modern slavery in their Pacific supply chains, putting workers in danger
Author: 3/06/19 - Adam Barnett, Communications Officer, BHRRC
London, UK / Sydney – Canned tuna brands are failing to tackle modern slavery in their Pacific supply chains, according to a new report which calls for urgent reforms to protect workers at sea.
Author: Financial Times
Prada, Starbucks and Kraft Heinz are among companies criticised for a lack of transparency on human rights in their businesses and supply chains, despite pressure from governments and an investor-backed group....
“Inversionistas presionan por una mayor divulgación sobre impactos en DD.HH.”, 23 de mayo de 2018...
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