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"Shareholders Pressure McDonald's to Report Human Rights Impacts Margaret Jungk, UN Working Group on business and human rights", Margaret Jungk, UN Working Group on business & human rights, in Huffington Post Blog, 22 May 2013

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Shareholders Pressure McDonald's to Report Human Rights Impacts

Author: Margaret Jungk, UN Working Group on business and human rights, in Huffington Post Blog

On May 23, McDonald's shareholders will vote on a resolution requesting that the company identify and publicly report its human rights impacts. The resolution...requests that McDonald's performs...'human rights due diligence' in their operations, and...

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