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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.

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20 June 2016

Companies make commitments to clean energy & climate mitigation at Clean Energy Ministerial

Author: Clean Energy Ministerial

"World’s Energy and Business Leaders Announce Actions to Accelerate Global Deployment of Technologies at Seventh Clean Energy Ministerial," 2 Jun 2016...

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7 June 2016

At Clean Energy Ministerial, companies demonstrate their commitment to 100% renewable energy

Author: The Climate Group

"Going 100% renewable: RE100 companies make impact at Clean Energy Ministerial," 2 Jun 2016...

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11 November 2013

Swedish and Indian Companies Explore Business Models that Include the Poor as Consumers, Producers and Suppliers

Author: Business Call to Action

Leading Swedish and Indian companies gathered in New Delhi…to share examples of how businesses have developed innovative models…[to] contribute to development outcomes, and ensure that the poor are included in economic activities as consumers,...

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24 February 2012

Business has potentially crucial role to play in fight against poverty

Author: Christine Svarer, CARE International UK, in Guardian [UK]

If businesses operating in the developing world do so in ways that are sensitive to its complexities, it can create opportunities, not barriers, for people living in poverty...Inclusive models that combine business knowledge and dynamism with core NGO...

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26 October 2010

Eighth Asian CSR Awards Winners Recognized

Author: Exedra Events

Five companies from India, Malaysia and Philippines were recognized for their outstanding initiatives in corporate social responsibility…The Asian CSR Awards, co-presented by Intel, is Asia's premier Awards program on corporate social responsibility.....

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1 October 2010

Partnerships: NGOs have a crucial role to play

Author: Ross Tieman, Financial Times

A sustainable business is one that can carry on operating today, next year and a decade hence. To achieve that, it needs partners: to ensure compliance with rules and regulations; to mitigate present risks; and to identify changes in its operating...

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20 April 2010
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Author: Cris Spera y Benjamin S. Gonçalves, Instituto Ethos

Aparte del gobierno, las empresas y la sociedad tienen su parte de culpa en situaciones como la ocurrida en el Morro do Bumba (Brasil), por la forma en que tratan sus residuos. Cuando el Morro do Bumba, en Niterói (RJ), se derrumbó, sepultando a...

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24 November 2009

Altvater Kyiv and Tetra Pak launch ecological project for Ukrainian students

Author: East Europe Foundation

Waste management company Altvater Kyiv, in cooperation with Tetra Pak Ukraine, launched a separate waste collection project for universities…accompanied by an information campaign about recycling. The project started at the National Aviation University...

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30 September 2009

Dairy firm may have breached Robert Mugabe sanctions [Zimbabwe]

Author: Sebastien Berger, Daily Telegraph [UK]

A dairy company linked to the Tetra Pak [part of Tetra Laval] packaging empire has admitted it may have breached Zimbabwe sanctions by selling hundreds of thousands of pounds of equipment to Robert Mugabe's wife's farm… DeLaval, a leading equipment...

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30 September 2009

Zimbabwe: Nestlé stops buying milk from Mugabe's wife's farm

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