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The discussion explored how to encourage responsible corporate political engagement and how to prevent what constitutes undue political influence by businesses—sometimes termed “corporate capture”. The consultation also explored how corporate political engagement may, at times, undermine and be inconsistent with the corporate responsibility to respect human rights set out by the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (“the Guiding Principles”). (...) Key theme: defining “corporate capture” Participants discussed how they and the organisations they represent define “corporate capture.”
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Score: 653913.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...orate-Political-Engagement.pdf
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This Corporate Evaluation Plan builds on the previous one and outlines the corporate evaluations to be managed by the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) in the period 2018-2021, aligned with UN-Women’s Strategic Plan 2018-2021. (...) Scope of the Corporate Evaluation Plan Two types of evaluations are undertaken by UN-Women: corporate and decentralized. (...) The proposed corporate evaluations consider the corporate evaluations already managed under the 2014-2017 CEP and aim to include the strategic priorities of the 2018-2021 Strategic Plan.
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Score: 653635.06 - https://www.unwomen.org/sites/...aluation-plan-2018-2021-en.pdf
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Rand Corporation Archives - Question of Palestine Rand Corporation Archives - Question of Palestine United Nations Information System on the Question of Palestine The Arc: A Formal Structure for a Palestinian State – Research study by the Rand Corporation/Non-UN document [The Arc.pdf] [...] (...) Helping a Palestinian State Succeed: Key Findings – Summary study by the Rand Corporation/Non-UN document [Key Findings.pdf] [...] (...) Building a Successful Palestinian State – Research study by the Rand Corporation/Non-UN document [Building a Successful....pdf] [...]
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Score: 653631 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...-source/rand-corporation/feed/
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Corporate governance and corporate debt issuance in Latin America: institutional investors, investment banks, rating agencies and new empirical evidence .-- III. (...) Corporate governance and corporate debt issuance in Chile .-- VI. Corporate governance and corporate debt instruments in Colombia .-- VII.
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Score: 653490.2 - https://www.cepal.org/pt-br/node/29107
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Score: 653439.9 - https://www.itu.int/md/T17-SG15-170619-C/_page.print
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Corporate Donor | UNICEF Thailand Skip to main content Thailand Toggle navigation English ไทย Global Links Visit UNICEF Global High contrast Thailand EXPLORE UNICEF About us UNICEF Thailand Representative Goodwill Ambassador and Friends of UNICEF Young People's Advisory Board (YPAB) Programme partners Job vacancies Contact us Subscribe for newsletter Press centre Donate Main navigation What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Programme Corporate Donor Donation from a company and its employees help make a real difference to life of children UNICEF Thailand Home Programme Menu Corporate Engagement Long Term Corporate Partner Star for Children Programme Corporate Donor Corporate Donor Available in: English ไทย Corporate Donor Donation from a company and its employees help make a real difference to life of children The private sector play an important role in helping UNICEF improve the well-being of children. In partnership with UNICEF, committed corporate partners can make a real difference in the lives of children in Thailand and worldwide by Raising awareness about the many serious issues affecting children Sharing company resources, expertise and innovative solutions Mobilizing employees, customers and stakeholders Adopting child-friendly business practices and becoming a leading business advocate for the rights of children   Should your organization be interested in a partnership with UNICEF or in making a donation to UNICEF, please contact: unicefthailand@unicef.org  or call at 02 356 9299  Back Learn more about how to engage with UNICEF Thailand Programme Corporate Engagement Maximize your corporate donation for children Explore our work Programme Long Term Corporate Partner Become a long term partner with UNICEF to build a better future for children Explore our work Programme Star for Children Programme Another way to become UNICEF Alliance Explore our work Programme Corporate Donor Donation from a company and its employees help make a real difference to life of children Explore our work Footer Main page What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Press centre About us Our targets 2021 UNICEF Thailand Representative Goodwill Ambassador and Friends of UNICEF Programme partners Corporate engagement Take action Volunteer with I Am UNICEF Become a donor Job vacancies Young People Advisory Board (YPAB) UNICEF NextGen Subscribe for newsletter Donate Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 653109.77 - https://www.unicef.org/thailan...ate-engagement/corporate-donor
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UNICEF Bulgaria is seeking a short-term corporate partnerships consultant to contribute to the successful implementation of the Corporate Engagement Strategy. Under the supervision of the Fundraising Officer the consultant will support the execution of the corporate fundraising plan, with a focus on acquisition of high-value corporate donors. (...) Contribute to the implementation of the planned integrated fundraising campaign in 2021 by identifying corporate sponsorship, corporate influencers or corporate supporters.
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Score: 653090.2 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...ng-and-partnerships-consultant
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Page Corporate partnerships Leveraging the strengths of the corporate sector to promote and protect children's rights UNICEF Philippines Corporate partners play a critical role in helping UNICEF promote and protect children's rights. We work closely with multi-national corporations, local companies and small- to medium-sized businesses to identify, design and implement alliances that leverage the strengths of the corporate sector on behalf of children. Your company can work with us through: Strategic philanthropy through cash contributions Employee-giving programmes Supporting humanitarian relief and emergency appeals Cause-marketing initiatives Events and sponsorship Innovation solutions for children Child rights-sensitive business principles and practices Policy and advocacy for child rights Promoting corporate responsibility Our main corporate partners Australia – New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Ayala Corporation Business for Sustainable Development Cebu Pacific Air Converge ICT Solutions Inc.
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Score: 653009.47 - https://www.unicef.org/philippines/corporate-partnerships
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Corporate capture occurs when corporate interests extremely influence a certain policy issue, agenda or new legislation, often from the beginning and on an ongoing basis1. (...) In this manner, corporate lobbying opens the door to corporate capture and should therefore be addressed. (...) Mind the Gap supports exposing corporate lobbying practices and promotes lobby transparency to help decrease corporations’ ability to abuse their power.
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Score: 652979.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...y/2022-07-21/GapConsortium.pdf
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Series G Supplement CO DBA: OLT Capabilities for supporting CO DBA (Converted back to C2269 -as originally submitted- from TD535/WP1)     Nokia Corporation (Finland) , AT&T, Inc. (United States)   Q2/15   2020-08-25   [ 2268 ]     Living list skeleton for G.Sup.CO DBA     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q2/15   2020-08-25   [ 2267 ]     G.7702 and G.7703 updates identified during draft G.7701 correspondence activity     Infinera Corporation (United States)   Q14/15 , Q12/15   2020-08-25   [ 2266 ]     Annex A Template to describe a proposed new G-series Supplement in the work programme     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q2/15   2020-08-25   [ 2265 ]     Proposed updates to ITU-T Rec. (...) (China) , Huawei Technologies Düsseldorf GmbH (Germany) , Maxlinear Inc (United States) , Nokia Corporation (Finland) , Nokia USA (United States) , Orange (France) , ZTE Corporation (China)   Q2/15   2020-08-25   [ 2262 ]     G.mgfast: Consent     British Telecommunications Public Ltd. (...) Q18/15   2020-08-25   [ 2246 ]     G.mgfast: On the maximum SOC segment size     Maxlinear Inc (United States)   Q4/15   2020-08-25   [ 2245 ]     G.hsp: Upstream throughput - 12,5Gbps FEC     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q2/15   2020-08-25   [ 2244 ]     G.hsp.comTC: Working text proposal for codeword grouping     Maxlinear Inc (United States) , Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q2/15   2020-08-25   [ 2243 ]     G.mgfast: PAR tones in upstream direction     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q4/15   2020-08-25   [ 2242 ]     G.mgfast: DTFO Concurrent Monitoring update (DCMU) procedure during showtime: working text     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q4/15   2020-08-25   [ 2240 ]     G.mgfast: DTFO Initialization: working text     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q4/15   2020-08-25   [ 2239 ]     G.hn2: To adopt passband as the basic transmission scheme for G.hn2     Huawei Technologies Düsseldorf GmbH (Germany)   Q18/15   2020-08-25   [ 2238 ]     G.mgfast: DTFO section 10.7.2: working text update     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q4/15   2020-08-25   [ 2237 ]     G.mgfast: Channel estimation in FDX     Broadcom Corporation (United States)   Q4/15   2020-08-25   [ 2236 ]     G.mgfast: Proposal for fallback to TDD from FDXZ     Broadcom Corporation (United States)   Q4/15   2020-08-25   [ 2235 ]     MGfast: Tone ordering in NPSF     Broadcom Corporation (United States)   Q4/15   2020-08-25   [ 2234 ]     G.mgfast: Update on retransmission section: Use of RetShift     Broadcom Corporation (United States)   Q4/15   2020-08-25   [ 2233 ]     Comments on draft G.8312 (G.mtn)     Nokia USA (United States)   Q11/15   2020-08-25   [ 2232 ]     MGfast: Proposal for retransmission control parameters     Broadcom Corporation (United States) , Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q4/15   2020-08-25   [ 2231 ]     G.hsp.comTC: Feedback on comments on ONU Grouping     Nokia Corporation (Finland)   Q2/15   2020-08-25   [ 2230 ]     Comments on draft G.8310 (G.mtn-arch)     Nokia USA (United States)   Q12/15   2020-08-25   [ 2229 ]     G.798 Amd.3 comments     Intel Corporation (United States)   Q11/15   2020-08-25   [ 2228 ]     Addition of ODUkP to packet adaptation functions using IMP     Intel Corporation (United States)   Q11/15 , Q10/15   2020-08-25   [ 2227 ]   (Rev.1)   Text proposal for MTNS rate adaptation     China Information Communication Technologies Group , Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
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Score: 652428.12 - https://www.itu.int/md/T17-SG15-200907-C/es
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