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HRW outlines key criteria for EU mandatory due diligence legislation in letter to Justice Commissioner & EU Parliament
Author: Arvind Ganesan & Lotte Leicht, Human Rights Watch
"Recommendations For New EU Legislation on Mandatory Human Rights and Environmental Due Diligence", 24 June 2020...
South Korea: Firms temporarily suspend operations as new coronavirus cases involving employees are confirmed
Author: Korea Herald
“Spike in coronavirus cases disrupt Samsung, LG, Hyundai plants”, 1 March 2020...
1 April | Brussels
NGO Commentary: Korean govt's response to UNWG visit fails to acknowledge poor labour conditions and negative health impacts of companies
Author: Correspondence NGO group of the UN Working Group’s visit to Korea, Korean House for International Solidarity (Republic of Korea)
"Comment: The government’s response to UN Working Group’s Korea visit report does not reflect the Korean reality", 11 June 2017...
- Related in-depth areas: South Korea, 23 May - 1 Jun 2016
- Related companies: Asahi Glass Fine Techno Korea Busan Transportation Corporation Daewoo International (part of Posco) GTS Korea Hyundai Heavy Industries Hyundai Motor (part of Hyundai Kia Motor) Hyundai Steel Korea Minting and Security Printing Corporation LG Electronics (part of LG Corp.) Lotte Co. Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation Posco Samsung Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation SK Corporation Yoosung Enterprise Co.
Author: UN Working Group on business & human rights
The Working Group welcomes the Government’s commitment to the Guiding Principles and the topic of business and human rights. It emphasizes the importance of moving from commitment to action and embedding the Guiding Principles in all commercial and...
Author: Daniel Corks, Korea Expose (South Korea)
Construction companies operating in the Gulf are failing to protect migrant workers from abusive working arrangements, showing a concerning lack of transparency on the safeguards they have in place, says Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.....
- Related stories: International media coverage of our outreach to construction firms on migrant worker rights
- Related in-depth areas: Latest news & company responses: Migrant workers in Qatar & the UAE
- Related companies: GS E&C Hyundai E&C Lotte E&C Samsung C&T SK E&C (part of SK Corporation) Ssangyong Engineering and Construction
Rainforest Foundation & Ethical Consumer Magazine guide ranks companies with palm oil products based on sustainability
Author: Rainforest Foundation UK
"Palm Oil Guide," Apr 2016...
- Related companies: ASDA (part of Walmart) Avon Beiersdorf Body Shop (part of Natura) Boots (now Alliance Boots) Cadbury (part of Mondelēz International) Co-operative Group Colgate-Palmolive Ecover Estée Lauder Ferrero Green & Black's (part of Cadbury) Greggs Grupo Clarin Iceland (part of the Big Food Group) John Lewis Partnership Johnson & Johnson Kellogg L'Oreal Lavera Lotte E&C Lush Marks & Spencer Mars Mondelēz International Morrisons Nestlé PepsiCo Premier Foods Procter & Gamble PZ Cussons Reckitt Benckiser Revlon Sainsbury's SC Johnson Tesco Thorntons Unilever United Biscuits Waitrose (part of John Lewis Partnership) Walmart Weleda
Dow Jones Indexes and Sam Announce the 2011 Results of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes Annual Review
Author: Dow Jones, SAM Sustainability Investing
Following SAM’s comprehensive Corporate Sustainability Assessment, 41 companies will be added to, and 23 firms will be deleted from the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World), resulting in a total of 342 components. The largest additions (by...
Author: Jess McCabe, Environmental Finance
Coca-Cola has been kicked off the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index...41 firms were added to the DJSI World and 23 deleted...Société Générale is among the largest additions...along with...Schneider Electric and...Medtronic... SAM...also named 19 ...
- Related stories: Dow Jones Sustainability Index adds 41 firms, deletes 23 including Coke, HP; names "supersector leaders" on sustainability
- Related companies: Air France KLM Alcatel-Lucent (part of Nokia) Banco Itau BMW Coca-Cola DSM EMC EnCana HP (Hewlett-Packard) Hyundai Corporation (part of Hyundai Group) Hyundai Group Korea Telecom (KT) Lotte Shopping Medtronic Microsoft NTT Docomo Pearson PepsiCo Repsol YPF Roche Royal Philips Electronics Samsung Schneider Electric Société Générale Sprint Stockland Swiss Re Westpac Xerox Xstrata (part of Glencore)
Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource CentreNote: These are examples of significant company contributions, not a comprehensive list.Harris [part of BMO Financial] Supports Red Cross Flood Relief Efforts in Pakistan, Sacramento Bee [USA], 25...