Results for Human Rights

Daily Media Briefing 18th February

Daily Media Briefing 18th February

February 18, 2013 G20 vows to combat corporate tax avoidance; Transocean pleads guilty and pays $400m for Gulf Spill; Game launched on Facebook to highlight women’s issues; Germany probes Amazon warehouse conditions after film; Halve meat consumption, scientists urge developed world; Gas giant backtracks on exploration in UNESCO site Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 11th February

Daily Media Briefing 11th February

February 11, 2013 Bhutan to be world's first wholly organic country; AB Foods denies Zambian tax avoidance; Valentino tops green fashion ranking, but the rest fall behind; EU leaders triple funds for climate action; HP reduces Chinese underage labour in supply chain; CEO pay relies on 'self-serving myth' Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 14th January

Daily Media Briefing 14th January

January 14, 2013

£3trn cost of climate summit delay; ‘Confusing’ climate coverage is turning people off; Shell violated air permits for arctic ships; Ecuadorean tribe fight to defend rainforest; British lead export is ‘outrageous’

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Daily Media Briefing 19th December

Daily Media Briefing 19th December

December 19, 2012 Apple, Dell, HP ‘Better at Supply Chain Disclosure’; ‘Trump Towers Rio’ to displace hundreds from favela; UBS fined $1.5bn for Libor rigging; Bangladesh garment industry demands urgent action on deadly fire report Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 12th December

Daily Media Briefing 12th December

December 12, 2012 Still too few women in boardroom, warns ABI; American Apparel ad ‘appeared to sexualise a child’; HSBC to spend $700m vetting clients; Northern Rock to refund £270m after blunder; DFID’s public-private partnerships under scrutiny Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 30th November

Daily Media Briefing 30th November

November 30, 2012 CEOs call to end HIV travel restrictions; Payday loan rates 'to be limited'; Supermarkets pledge fairer pricing, Asda holds back; European Parliament agrees €6bn for clean energy research; Burmese police break up copper mine protest Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 2nd November

Daily Media Briefing 2nd November

November 02, 2012 Statkraft launches wind farm equity scheme; World Gold Council publishes ‘Conflict-Free Gold Standard’; Villagers file complaint against US sugar firm; Investigation accuses HSBC of ignoring own sustainability policies in Sarawak; Hurricane Sandy ruptured Shell-Saudi oil tank Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 10th October

Daily Media Briefing 10th October

October 10, 2012 Supreme Court denies Chevron $19bn Ecuador appeal; Alcoa to pay $85m to settle Bahrain law suit; Oxfam turns investor with Mongolian loan; Rural India marches on Delhi over landless poor; Sainsbury’s boss attacks chancellor’s plan for workers to sacrifice rights for shares Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 8th October

Daily Media Briefing 8th October

October 08, 2012 Companies warn Osborne on renewable power; Foxconn hit by fresh outbreak of unrest at iPhone 5 factory; Platinum giant fires 12,000 striking South African miners; Africa's mineral wealth not reaching the poorest, says World Bank; CEO of Barclays calls for more ‘socially useful banks’ Read more >
Daily Media Briefing 1st October

Daily Media Briefing 1st October

October 01, 2012 Privacy watchdog starts cookie crackdown; Protests in Malaysia at proposed Petronas petrochemical project; EU reaches 100GW wind power milestone; Coca Cola and JBF to create the ‘World’s Largest’ Bi-Glycol production facility Read more >