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11 November 2019

ShareAction report shows asset managers' proxy voting can be strong tool for climate action

Author: ShareAction

"Voting Matters: Are asset managers using their proxy votes for climate action?", November 2019...

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24 July 2019

Brazil: NGO report alleges companies complicit in deforestation & human rights abuses in the Amazon

[To read this story in Portuguese, please, click here] The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre invited 55 companies to respond to allegations of their involvement in the deforestation of the Amazon as well as human rights abuses. The report from...

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23 July 2019
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21 July 2019

T. Rowe Price declined to respond

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9 December 2016

USA: Corporate Equality Index scores record number of companies full marks for having inclusive policies for LGBT workers

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14 May 2016

Tencent Shareholders: Have you checked your company's digital rights record?

Author: Access Now

Dear Vanguard Group, T. Rowe Price, and BlackRock,...

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23 June 2015

Nigeria: NGOs allege human rights abuses by Wilmar International; company denies claims

Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria allege that Wilmar International’s operations continue to impact negatively on the human rights of local communities, contrary to the company’s “no deforestation, no peat and no exploitation pol...

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9 January 2014

U.S. SEC nudges Franklin Resources toward vote on Sudan holdings

Author: Ross Kerber, Reuters

U.S. regulators rejected a request by investment firm Franklin Resources Inc [holding company for Franklin Templeton] to skip a shareholder vote pressuring it to sell off holdings in companies linked to Sudan, whose president faces international war...

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12 November 2009

Barclays' BGI unit to develop genocide-free ETF

Author: Svea Herbst-Bayliss, Reuters

Barclays Global Investors (BGI)...said investors' appetite for socially responsible investments is growing and it plans to develop a genocide-free ETF [exchange-traded fund]... BGI said on Thursday it would rely on a third-party index provider to help...

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20 October 2009

Cluster Munition Coalition calls on govts to stop banks investing in companies producing cluster bombs

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