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Securicor (now G4S)

Member of UN Global Compact

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Securicor and Group 4 Falck merged in July 2004 to form Group 4 Securicor (now G4S).

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25 March 2019
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Author: Delfino (Costa Rica)

“Multinacional que despidió a trabajadora por denunciar acoso sexual deberá pagarle $75 mil por daño moral”, 20 de marzo de 2019...

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22 April 2013

G4S feels the heat of international boycott campaign [Israel & Palestine]

Author: Adri Nieuwhof, Electronic Intifada

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited G4S to respond. G4S referred us to a previous statement] G4S...reacted to a wave of protest by rehashing claims that it will eventually quit its Israeli contracts in the occupied West Bank. But in...

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8 November 2011

Grasberg mine: PT Freeport Indonesia must respect workers’ rights

Author: FIDH

Since September 15, thousands of workers have been on strike at Grasberg, in West Papua, the world’s largest gold mine. Grasberg is exploited by PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI), a branch of the US-based company Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold. The...

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4 April 2003

company website: Argenbright Security, a subsidiary of Securicor

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19 January 2002

Securicor put camera in female locker room [UK]

Author: Kevin Maguire, Guardian [UK]

Union leaders last night demanded compensation for female employees worried about "peeping toms" and threatened legal action under data protection legislation and the Sex Discrimination Act.

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1 December 2001

Corporations Behaving Badly: The Ten Worst Corporations of 2001

Author: Russell Mokhiber and Robert Weissman, Multinational Monitor

[Abbott Laboratories, Argenbright Security, Bayer, Coca Cola, Enron, ExxonMobil, Philip Morris, Sara Lee, Southern Co. and Wal-Mart]

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