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16 March 1998

Portrait Of A Company Behaving Badly [USA]

Author: Bari-Ellen Roberts, Jack E. White, Time

The inside story of how Texaco's black employees forced the company to pay for its racist sins

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1 February 1998

Multinational Enterprises and Human Rights: A Documentation of the Dialogue Between Amnesty International/Pax Christi and Shell

Author: Pax Christi Netherlands

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  • Related companies: Shell
Article
5 January 1998

Algerian horrors

Author: editorial/leader, Financial Times

...The least it [the Algerian Government] can do now is accede to the growing demand, voiced in particular by Mary Robinson, the UN's human rights commissioner, for impartial external investigators to be given full access so that responsibility for...

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5 January 1998

Algerian killings fuel oil groups' concern: An increase in violence risks disturbing the isolated existence of foreign companies

Author: Roula Khalaf & Robert Corzine, Financial Times

...Developments are compounding foreign company concerns over employee safety and the public relations dilemma about working with a controversial regime.

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Article
1 January 1998

Business and Human Rights: A Management Primer

Author: Shell

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1 January 1998

Business Ethics and Human Rights

Author: Damian Grace, Australian Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 4, Issue 2

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Article
11 December 1997

RIGHTS: Tribunal Attacks Violations Against Indigenous Groups

Author: Marvette Darien, Inter Press Service

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Article
1 December 1997

Business and Human Rights

Author: organised by Harvard Law School Human Rights Program and Lawyers Committee for Human Rights

An Interdisciplinary Discussion Held at Harvard Law School in December 1997

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1 December 1997

Business and Human Rights: 5 Common Misconceptions

Author: Christopher Avery

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Article
13 November 1997

BROWNE (1): statement no. 1 by Sir John Browne, Chief Executive, BP (UK)

Author: Sir John Browne, Chief Executive, BP

from Corporate Responsibility in an International Context, address by Sir John Browne to Council on Foreign Relations, New York, 13 Nov. 1997

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  • Related companies: BP