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new Ethical Corporation briefing on human rights
28 February 2014
, Other Countries
Ethical Corporation has released an 8 page briefing on how extractive companies can reduce incidents of human rights infringements in their operations.
The briefing contains:

Step-by-step best practice guide on how to create the right internal structure, policy and awareness to be able to deliver on HR performance
A case study on Cerrejon’s effort to improve its human rights practices in Colombia; an epitome of the challenges of operating a modern, multinational extractive business in a low-income, marginalised environment
Covers on all the main HR challenges of security, effective grievance mechanisms, supply chain, Free, Prior and Informed Consent and resettlement
A summary of the key  risks and practical measures being employed to mitigate them
 
Contact Details:
Name: Boris Petrovic
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7375 7527
Email: boris.petrovic@ethicalcorp.com
Website: www.ethicalcorp.com
 
EC_Briefing_Mitigating_Human_Rights_Impacts_1.pdf
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