Unilever releases first Human Rights Report as part of regular reporting
10. August 2015
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Unilever has published its first Human Rights Report, covering the company’s work related to women’s rights, human trafficking, workplace safety, the environment and a range of other issues, as part of a new annual voluntary reporting process.
The 63-page report, based on the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework, also outlines Unilever’s human rights-related goals for the next three years, including improving collection of data related to human rights, intensifying its focus on the social and environmental impact of commodities such as tea, soy, palm oil and non-renewables, and the development of quantitative metrics for better human rights reporting.
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