作者: Joe W. (Chip) Pitts III, entrepreneur, former Chief Legal Officer of Nokia Inc.
[speech to United Nations Association of Dallas] From the standpoint of business, [the UN Norms on business & human rights] offer quite comprehensive yet concise content that reflects more harmonized rules, relevant across industries, in one...
- 相關企業: Enron
作者: John Elkington, SustainAbility Radar
...given that SustainAbility has an ongoing relationship with Shell, we obviously wanted to know what was going on. Was Robin Aram, we wondered, set on becoming the Darth Vader of the human rights world?...[also refers to Novartis, Reebok]
作者: Sir Geoffrey Chandler, founder-chair, Amnesty International UK Business Group 1991-2001, former director of Shell International, in European Network for Indigenous Australian Rights
Mandatory reporting of a company’s impacts on the environment and the community is an essential starting point for any regulatory framework...A group of seven major companies (ABB, Barclays, Body Shop International, MTV Networks Europe, National Grid...
作者: caucus of nearly 200 organizations and 200 individuals
Joint Oral Intervention by Human Rights Council of Australia, Mouvement international d'apostolat des milieux sociaux indépendants (MIAMSI) and World Organization Against Torture (OMCT) - Supported by: Amnesty International, ESCR-Net, RAID, Berne...
作者: Mary Robinson, Executive Director, The Ethical Globalization Initiative; Chair, Business Leaders Initiative on Human Rights; in letter to Financial Times
What we need now is more business leaders committed to engaging with the UN human rights system in testing the value of the Norms and helping to define the social responsibilities of business in today’s world.
作者: Daniel Vasella, Chairman and chief executive officer of Novartis, Financial Times
The United Nations will on Thursday debate a new code - the Human Rights Norms for Business...The proposal, as drafted, is problematic and unrealistic and has understandably provoked a sceptical or negative reaction from many...