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Feb 12 2016

Isabella Stanbrook – Why is measurement an important theme for business and human rights in 2016?

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This post was contributed by Isabella Stanbrook, senior analyst at Sancroft. More than two thirds of the world’s fifty largest companies already have a specific human rights policy. This reflects a growing corporate awareness of human rights impacts. In the past, … Continue reading

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Dec 1 2015

UN FORUM SERIES – Competition, Collaboration, and Corporate Accountability Rankings

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This post was contributed by David Sullivan, an independent consultant specializing in technology and human rights. Tech companies are in a tough sport when it comes to censorship and surveillance. Governments continue to demand new levels of access and control over … Continue reading

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Nov 13 2015

UN FORUM SERIES – How do technology companies integrate freedom of expression and privacy rights?

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This post was contributed by Allon Bar, research coordinator with the Ranking Digital Rights project. People around the world increasingly rely on the products and services of companies from the information communication and technology (ICT) sector for many aspects of their … Continue reading

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Nov 7 2015

UN FORUM SERIES – A new benchmark for human rights

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This post was contributed by Sudeep Chakravarti, an Indian writer and journalist. The post was first published on Livemint.com. Some weeks ago, I wrote about corporate human rights benchmarks being works in progress, in a column that also speculated about a somewhat extreme … Continue reading

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