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Are there challenges with approaches to liability that assess “corporate culture” as well as the actions of individuals? (...) The Corporate Crimes Principles in particular aim to encourage action by law enforcement, by presenting practical solutions to the key challenges they face in pursuing corporate crime cases. (...) Sarah McGrath Legal and Policy Director, International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR) Sarah McGrath is the Legal and Policy Director at the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR), overseeing a range of initiatives aimed at ensuring governments create and enforce rules over corporations that promote human rights and reduce inequality.
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Score: 643489.26 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...LawConsultationConceptNote.pdf
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This resolution mandated the SRSG to, among other tasks, identify and clarify standards of corporate responsibility and accountability with regard to human rights. (...) Mandate holder Special Representative of the Secretary-General on human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises John Ruggie was the special representative of the Secretary-General on human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises from 2005 - 2011. (...) The three principles form a complementary whole in that each supports the others in achieving sustainable progress. 2008 HRC 8 th session Addendum: Summary of five multi-stakeholder consultations A/HRC/8/5/Add.1 This addendum provides summaries of consultations that addressed the following issues: (a) the role of States in effectively regulating and adjudicating the activities of corporations with respect to human rights; (b) business and human rights in conflict zones: the role of home States; (c) the corporate responsibility to respect human rights; (d) accountability mechanisms for resolving corporate-related human rights complaints and disputes; and (e) improving the human rights performance of business through multi-stakeholder initiatives. 2008 HRC 8 th session Addendum: Corporations and human rights: a survey of the scope and patterns of alleged corporate-related human rights abuse A/HRC/8/5/Add.2 This report summarizes the scope and patterns of alleged corporate-related human rights abuse found in a sample of 320 cases posted on the Business and Human Rights Resource Center web page from February 2005 to December 2007.
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Score: 643435.16 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/speci...ational-corporations-and-other
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Legal reform strategy to prohibit corporal punishment against children in Venezuela and Costa Rica Venezuela, 2007 1. (...) The same study revealed that children perceived corporal punishment as an expression of love (Carlos Trapani, 2007). (...) Unfortunately, there are not public policies on prevention of corporal punishment in Venezuela. In most parts of the country when corporal punishment occurs, child victims do not have a mechanism or authority to report this incident.
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Score: 643229.83 - https://violenceagainstchildre...costa_rica_cecilia_anicama.pdf
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We frequently speak at conferences and provide information on our projects and partnerships, as well as through our annual Corporate Responsibility report and Corporate Responsibility website. (For all reports from last 5 years, see: http://www.merck.com/corporate- responsibility/summary-data-resources/speeches-publications-reports/home.html) and website (see: http://www.merck.com/corporate-responsibility). (...) Additional information on Merck programs, partners and projects available on our Corporate Responsibility website: http://www.merck.com/corporate- responsibility/ http://www.merck.com/corporate-responsibility/access/access-vaccines-immunization/approach.html http://www.merck.com/corporate-responsibility/access/access-vaccines-immunization/approach.html http://www.merck.com/corporate-responsibility/access/access-vaccines-immunization/approach.html http://www.merck.com/corporate-responsibility/access/access-vaccines-immunization/mvna-access-vaccines-africa/approach.html http://www.merck.com/corporate-responsibility/access/access-vaccines-immunization/mvna-access-vaccines-africa/approach.html http://www.merck.com/corporate-responsibility/ http://www.merck.com/corporate-responsibility/ ** Commitment to donate at least 3 million doses of GARDASIL, therefore no specific end date Grant reports provided to PMNCH for addition detail on achievement of stated objectives, outcomes and impact
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Score: 643097.8 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/topi...tions/pmnch2011_summ_merck.pdf
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Adopt a particular focus on Indigenous Peoples: Indigenous Peoples are frequent and disproportionate victims of corporate activities, most particularly those of extractive industries sector corporations. (...) Facilitate information sharing: We suggest that the Working Group develops a working practice that encourages the sharing of relevant updates and reports of current experience from Indigenous Peoples and others affected directly by corporate operations as well as from corporations, NGOs and academic experts. 7. (...) In particular, the Committee recommends that the State party explore ways to hold transnational corporations registered in Canada accountable. The Committee requests the State party to include in its next periodic report information on the effects of activities of transnational corporations registered in Canada on indigenous peoples abroad and on any measures taken in this regard.’
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Score: 643012.94 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...genousPeoplesLinksPIPLinks.pdf
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Microsoft Word - remarks on partnership with the corporate sector.Alessandro Motter.docx 1 Talking points for Mr. (...) I will focus on the broad picture of partnerships as it applies to the corporate sector, which is most often the meaning of “private sector” in UN debates. (...) If we apply these principles to the government relationship with the corporate sector, it is clear that there is a problem: - The corporate sector, which remains rooted for the most part in developed countries, has at least a split alliance: to the host country, but above all to shareholders at home (10% return minimum).
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Score: 642910.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/e.../pdf/tps_session_iv_motter.pdf
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Harple, PhD Digital Home Group Intel Corporation ©Digital Home. Intel Corporation 2 Outline Agenda Introduction Understanding User Experience in the Digital Home You can take it with you… Preliminary insights . . . (...) Intel Corporation 6 Thinking about mobility…and the implications of portable (domestic) objects ©Digital Home. (...) Intel Corporation 8 A final story….and questions… todd.s.harple@intel.com
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Score: 642682.8 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...e/presentations/ITU-Harple.pdf
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It offers evidence on the practical implementation of the G... Transnational Corporations Vol.28 No.3 Investment and Development Series: Transnational Corporations 24 Dec 2021 Transnational Corporations is a longstanding policy-oriented refereed research journal on issues related to investment, multinational enterprises, and development. (...) As such it has a global reach, a strong development policy imprin... Transnational Corporations Vol.28 No.2 Investment and Development Series: Transnational Corporations 24 Sep 2021 Transnational Corporations is a longstanding policy-oriented refereed research journal on issues related to investment, multinational enterprises, and development. (...) It further identifies prio... Transnational Corporations Vol.28 No.1 Investment and Development Series: Transnational Corporations 8 Sep 2021 Transnational Corporations is a longstanding policy-oriented refereed research journal on issues related to investment, multinational enterprises and development.
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Score: 642622.85 - https://shop.un.org/sources/diae
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Corporate Fellowship | UNICEF Indonesia Skip to main content Indonesia Toggle navigation English Bahasa Indonesia Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Indonesia EXPLORE UNICEF ABOUT US CHILDREN IN INDONESIA WHERE WE WORK PARTNER WITH US PRESS CENTRE Donate now Main navigation What we do Resources Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Corporate Fellowship Our corporate program for micro, small, and medium enterprises Available in: English Bahasa Indonesia The Corporate Fellowship program is a corporate program specifically for micro, small & medium enterprises who want to contribute to making an impact on children with UNICEF Indonesia. Recognition as our Corporate Fellow has three different tiers: Silver IDR 2.5 Mio/ month or IDR 30 Mio/ year Gold IDR 7.5 Mio/ month or IDR 90 Mio/ year Platinum IDR 15 Mio/ month or IDR 180 Mio/ year Any companies can become our Corporate Fellow.
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Score: 642519.78 - https://www.unicef.org/indones...tnerships/corporate-fellowship
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IBM Zurich Research Lab True User-Centric Identity Management © 2006 IBM Corporation Simple ID Management: Accountability & Privacy IBM Zurich Research Lab True User-Centric Identity Management © 2006 IBM Corporation Simple ID Management: Accountability & Privacy IBM Zurich Research Lab True User-Centric Identity Management © 2006 IBM Corporation Simple ID Management: Accountability & Privacy ??? IBM Zurich Research Lab True User-Centric Identity Management © 2006 IBM Corporation Simple ID Management: Accountability & Privacy Anonymity could allow for undetectable sharing! IBM Zurich Research Lab True User-Centric Identity Management © 2006 IBM Corporation Conclusion: Partial Identities  Different IDs/Pseudonyms  Credentials on Different Nyms  Controlled Release of Attributes  Enable Accountability & Anonymity IBM Zurich Research Lab True User-Centric Identity Management © 2006 IBM Corporation idemix – A Private Credential System Strong Flexible Authentication – “New” signatures and encryption schemes – User have different pseudonyms with different parties; – Credentials are issued to pseudonyms and are transferrable; – Controlled release of attributes; – Different transactions cannot be linked; – Anonymity is revocable in designated cases; – A number of mechanisms to prevent abuse (money laundering, shared access,...). www.zurich.ibm.com/security/idemix IBM Zurich Research Lab True User-Centric Identity Management © 2006 IBM Corporation What Technologies Are Needed?
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Score: 642127.05 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/04/T06040040020001PDFE.pdf
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