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Uganda Consortium on Corporate Accountability says Seyani Brothers' CSR initiatives should not "expunge their corporate accountability responsibilities"
Author: Uganda Consortium on Corporate Accountability, Published on: 22 November 2016
"Re: Seyani Brothers & Co. (U) Ltd Response on Certain Issues in the Uganda Consortium on Corporate Accountability Report on "The State of Corporate Acccountability in Uganda"
"...[We] reiterate that corporate social responsibility is important but it cannot be used as a tradeoff against corporate accountability. Article 20 (2) of the 1995 Uganda Constitution enjoins the state to ensure that non-state actors respect human rights...[We] do appreciate and encourage any CSR principles by corporations to better the lives of the communities in which they operate. However, this should never be an undertaking to expunge their corporate accountablity responsibilites.
Related companies: Seyani Brothers