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6 March 2012
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Auteur: UN Global Compact

Four hundred chief executives worldwide have publicly declared their commitment to implementing the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) over the last two years, as UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Michelle Bachelet, Executive Director of UN Women...

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8 December 2011
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Auteur: Eurostat

Over the years, migration has had an impact on the composition of European societies. In 2010, foreign-born persons accounted for 9.4% of the EU27 population. Their socio-economic situation was in general less favourable than for native-born persons.....

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14 June 2011
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Auteur: UN Global Compact

As a global initiative with local signatories, Local Networks have positioned themselves as countrywide platforms that are locally owned and driven by business, yet oriented to the needs of a wide range of stakeholders. Grounded in the cultures and...

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20 October 2010
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Auteur: Ben Shore, BBC

To think of maternity leave as a straightforward benefit to a new mum is wrong. European policy makers need to balance not just their desire to provide security for mothers, and to ensure they do not damage their careers, but also how far to encourage...

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26 July 2010
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Auteur: IceNews

The parents of an Icelandic child suffering from leukaemia are investigating their legal rights in preparation for a lawsuit against a power company which they blame for their five year-old daughter’s illness. The parents want to sue Reykjavik Energy...

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30 June 2010
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Auteur: EIRIS

Vedanta Resources…has come under international scrutiny for its plans for a bauxite mine and the expansion of its Lanjigarh alumina refinery…The UN protect, respect and remedy framework makes clear that companies have the responsibility to respect...

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29 June 2010
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Auteur: Fiona Harvey & Clive Cookson, Financial Times

The long-term effects of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico are likely to be small, a group of leading scientists said yesterday, but some of the clean-up methods may be doing more harm than good. Their views contradicted those of the White House,...

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24 June 2010
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Auteur: Alister Doyle, Reuters

African nations led by Somalia, Mauritania and Sudan have the most precarious water supplies in the world while Iceland has the best, according to a survey…that aims to alert companies to investment risks. The ranking, compiled by British-based risk...

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