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Updating the Resource Centre Digital Platform

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

We will soon be updating the site to improve its usability and better serve the thousands of people that use our site to support their work.

Please take an advance peek at our new look, and let us know what you think!

Thank you,
Alex Guy, Digital Officer

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2 February 2016

Maersk Drilling response

Author: Maersk Drilling

In Maersk Drilling, we respect human rights throughout our activities and in line with our values and commitments. In every country, where we operate, whether high or low risk, conflict-affected or not, our goal is to ensure that we do not impact...

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10 May 2015

APM Terminals Bahrain marks "Global Safety Day"

Author: Trade Arabia (Bahrain)

"APM Terminals Bahrain marks ‘Global Safety Day’", 09 May 2015...

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30 April 2015
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Author: Cinthia Membreño, El Confidencial (Nicaragua)

“Naviera más grande del mundo se desliga de HKND”, 25 de Abril de 2015  Ante duras críticas de una organización ambientalista internacional, la naviera más grande del mundo se desliga de cualquier vínculo con HKND y la construcción del Gran Canal…Diez...

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17 January 2013

Maersk calls for HK ban on dirty ship fuel [Hong Kong]

Author: Malaya [Philippines]

Hong Kong’s…pollution is accountable for more than 3,000 deaths every year, according to a Bloomberg report…Hong Kong academic studies have mainly blamed bunker-fuel-run vessels…Along with 17 other carriers, Maersk Line has voluntarily used low-sulfur...

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7 August 2012

BSR's Clean Cargo Group Improves Transparency of Carbon Emissions in Ocean Shipping

Author: BSR (Business for Social Responsibility)

BSR’s Clean Cargo Working Group has released its latest paper revealing average carbon emissions by trade lane for the ocean shipping industry. The release of the emissions data—reported by 13 of the world’s leading ocean container carriers, which...

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7 September 2010

Maersk to use cleaner fuel in its Hong Kong shipping

Author: Bettina Wassener, New York Times

…Maersk [part of A.P. Moller - Maersk] said Tuesday that its ships would switch to low-sulfur fuel when at berth in Hong Kong — a move it hopes will help quicken regulation in Asia…“We feel this is a good investment to get the ball rolling,” Tim Smith,...

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5 October 2007

EU must ban European companies from supporting Burmese regime

Author: Friends of the Earth Europe

Big European companies such as Alcatel, Siemens, Total, Maersk and Rolls-Royce, and a number of timber companies, are still doing business with Burma - despite the Burmese junta's human rights violations and environmental destruction, Friends of the...

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8 November 2005

Companies linked with Burma

Author: Intl. Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Updated on Tuesday, November 08, 2005. This list is not exhaustive. We are ready to correct any factual errors which it may contain. As we receive information on further companies which are active in Burma we will approach them in the same way and,...

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24 August 2004

The Dirty List - Companies supporting the regime in Burma

Author: Burma Campaign UK

[Companies on the list: Abercrombie & Kent, Adventures Abroad, Alcatel, Alexander Rose, Andrew Brock Travel, Aon Corporation, Aquatic, Arnold Laver Timberworld, Asean Explorer, Asia Optical, Audley Travel, Lauda Air (part of Austrian Airlines), Ben...

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14 August 2004

Germany admits Namibia genocide

Author: BBC News

Germany has offered its first formal apology for the colonial-era massacre of some 65,000 members of the Herero tribe by German troops in Namibia...But the German government has ruled out compensation for victims' descendants...correspondents say the...

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