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13 March 2006
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作者: Daria Caliguire, Directrice du Secrétariat du Réseau-DESC (Réseau international pour les droits économiques, sociaux et culturels)

Depuis 2003, le Réseau international des droits économiques, sociaux et culturels (le Réseau-DESC) a utilisé les groupes Yahoo ! [Yahoo! Groups] en tant que principaux moyens de communication... [N]ous espérons que vous prendrez des mesures immédiates....

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10 March 2006
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作者: Peter Davis, Politics Editor, Ethical Corporation Magazine

(This article was completed just prior to the report's release)...With his interim report due out any day soon, Ethical Corporation has looked at Professor Ruggie’s public statements to date to try to work out what might be in it. While Ruggie himself...

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10 March 2006
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作者: Bart Mongoven, Stratfor

In his first report on issues relating to the human-rights obligations of businesses, U.N. Special Representative John Ruggie effectively negated three years of work on a code of conduct by the U.N. Human Rights Commission -- and simultaneously carved...

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9 March 2006
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作者: Bert Hill, Ottawa Citizen

Alcatel has rejected a campaign by U.S. pension funds to stop selling communication equipment to Sudan,...in which an estimated 300,000 people have been killed in violence orchestrated by the government. CALPERS, a big California public sector pension...

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8 March 2006
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作者: Irene Khan, Secretary-General, Amnesty International

[W]hat happens when the company itself does not commit an abuse but benefits from an abuse committed by a government or armed group? Or funds those who commit abuses? Or remain silent in the face of abuse? Or complies with national laws and policies...

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7 March 2006
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作者: Reuters

Microsoft Corp. said on Tuesday it had no involvement in the case of a Chinese journalist charged with sending subversive e-mails abroad under a psuedonym using a Hotmail account. The indictment of Li Yuanlong, a 45-year-old reporter, follows...

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6 March 2006
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作者: Prof. Jim Heskett, Harvard Business School, in Working Knowledge [Harvard Business School publication]

...U.S.-based firms are confronting a dilemma that may be even more complex than that faced by General Motors and others during apartheid... For companies like Cisco Systems and Microsoft, the question has greater political implications-whether or not...

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1 March 2006
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作者: Amnesty International USA

All companies have a responsibility to respect human rights in their operations, but all too often they are contributing to human rights abuses – either directly or indirectly. You can hold corporations accountable - morally and legally - for...

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28 February 2006
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作者: Alison Maitland, Financial Times

The furore over US internet companies’ compliance with censorship laws in China is a good example of why the corporate world must have clearer human rights standards, says John Ruggie, the UN secretary-general’s special representative on human rights...

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27 February 2006
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作者: Rebecca MacKinnon and John Palfrey, in Newsweek (Rebecca MacKinnon is a fellow of, and John Palfrey is clinical professor of law and executive director of, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School)

China's leaders [are] increasingly relying on private firms to do their dirty work, blocking speech and turning over the identity of citizens who use the Internet as an organizing tool...To do business in China, all Internet companies are building...

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