Company survey response

Equinor (formerly Statoil)

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Norway

Equinor website

Supporter of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

Statoil became StatoilHydro in May 2007, following a merger with the oil and gas division of Norsk Hydro, then changed its name back to Statoil in November 2009. Norsk Hydro retained its metals and other businesses. The name Equinor was adopted in 2018.

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1 December 2005

Speech by Irene Khan, Secretary-General, Amnesty International at the Global Compact Summit: Shanghai, People’s Republic of China

Author: Irene Khan, Secretary-General, Amnesty International

...ignoring human rights is a risk that companies can no longer afford to take, no matter where they come from or where they operate...[refers to ABB, Novartis, Statoil, as 3 companies road-testing UN Norms on business & human rights. Also refers...

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1 December 2005

[DOC] Examples of companies’ impacts on a range of human rights issues

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The table below lists a range of human rights issues for business. For each issue, it provides an example of a positive company initiative and an example of an alleged abuse....

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1 December 2005

[PDF] full report: "Human Rights: It is your business"

Author: Lucy Amis, Peter Brew, Caroline Ersmarker, Intl. Business Leaders Forum

[includes comments by Pentland, BP, Statoil, Cadbury Schweppes]

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19 December 2005

Report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the sectoral consultation entitled “Human rights and the extractive industry”, 10-11 November 2005 (Advance edited version)

Author: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

The present report is submitted in response to Commission on Human Rights resolution 2005/69 in which the Commission requested the High Commissioner for Human Rights to convene an annual sectoral consultation of senior company executives and experts. ...

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1 January 2006

[PDF] Reporting on Human Rights 2005

Author: SustainAbility

...this white paper aims to: Explore the expectations of stakeholders with regard to corporate reporting on human rights; Investigate trends in reporting around specific human rights issues; Examine the current state of corporate reporting on human...

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1 February 2006

[DOC] Annex 3: International Covenants / Conventions / Treaties - India ratified 41 instrument(s)

Author: Partners in Change

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1 February 2006

[DOC] National Consultative Meeting on Business & Human Rights - Friday 17 March 2006 - Venue: Hall Casuarina, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

Author: Partners in Change

In the context of globalization, there are compelling reasons why business should involve human rights as an integral part of their policies and practices...It is with this brief background that we are organizing this consultative meeting in...

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1 March 2006

SustainAbility says business "unprepared" for pressure for more transparent tax practices - as an important part of their "social contract"

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1 March 2006

[PDF] full report: "Taxing issues - Responsible business and tax"

Author: SustainAbility

Even many of the world’s acknowledged ‘CR [Corporate Responsibility] leaders’ do not appear to view tax as a CR issue. Soon after receiving the UK’s Business in the Community ‘company of the year’ award in 2005, BHP Billiton received a tax, interest...

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17 March 2006

[PDF] [Presentation by] John Morrison Business Leaders Initiative on Human Rights

Author: John Morrison, Business Leaders Initiative on Business & Human Rights

[refers to steps taken by members of Business Leaders Initiative on Human Rights: ABB, Barclays, Gap, Hewlett Packard, MTV Networks Europe, National Grid, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, Statoil, Body Shop]

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