Volvo Car (part of Geely)
Member of UN Global Compact
Previously part of Ford; acquired by Zhejiang Geely Holding Group in 2010.
Author: United Nations, prepared in advance of the World Conference Against Racism
Discrimination is Everybody's Business: From Discrimination to Diversity - A Corporate Led Initiative in the Framework of the UN Global Compact - The World Conference Against Racism...is the launching ground for this initiative...The six companies...
Author: Mark Thomsen, SocialFunds.com
Fifteen prominent [Nordic] companies have agreed to join a partnership launched last week that will focus on developing an entirely new business model centering on sustainability. The project, dubbed the Nordic Partnership, was initiated by the World...
Author: Anna Peltola, Reuters
Three models made by Volvo Car Corp [part of Ford], known for its safety-conscious luxury sedans, have electromagnetic fields up to 80 times higher than levels considered safe, a study published last week said.
Author: Ethical Globalization Initiative
Participating companies in the Plural initiative: Amica, Apoteket, AstraZeneca, Hewlett-Packard, IKEA, ISS, Mercuri Urval, Public Dental Service in Stockholm, Rica City Hotels, Swedish Post Office, Swedish Television, Swedbank, TeliaSonera Sverige, V...
Author: Volvo Car
Author: Gary Tanner, Associated Press
A judge has ordered the two sides in a lawsuit that claimed a lending affiliate of the Ford Motor Co. [Primus Automotive Financial Services] discriminated against black customers by charging them higher rates on car loans to enter into mediation after...
Author: Human Rights Campaign
[Rates companies on policies and practices toward gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees, consumer & public policy issues....
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Author: UN Global Compact
The policy on Communication on Progress (COP), introduced in 2003, was designed to increase transparency around Global Compact companies and their actions in support of the ten principles. Companies are asked to communicate publicly on their progress...
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