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Corporate Accountability is an important issue in society. It is part of more general issues of business. Its specific focus involves: Sites of organizations, institutions, or individuals which are aimed at any of the following: 1. Monitor corporate behavior as it affects human rights, environmental issues, fairness to workers, or other issues of human rather than economic concern. 2. Call to action, inform, or "blow the whistle" on corporate operations relative to #1 above. 3. Provide solutions, alternative ideas to problems above.
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An online magazine and resource center designed to provide activists, journalists, students, teachers and policy makers with an array of tools to investigate and analyze corporate activity. Documents the social, political, economic and environmental impacts of large transnational corporations.
Global network of culture jammers and creatives working to change the way information flows, corporations wield power, and meaning is produced in society.
This proposal would prevent the federal government from entering into contracts with companies that are chronic violators of consumer, environmental, labor, tax, antitrust and employment laws.
Organization promoting corporate accountability - holding corporations accountable for complying with consumer, workplace and environmental laws.
Regional example of BBB that focuses on ethical matters of business members for the public.
Provides information, tools, training and advisory services to make corporate social responsibility an integral part of business operations and strategies.
A movement of businesses committed to continually improving their positive impact on society through corporate social responsibility.
Formerly the Valdez Principles, the CERES Principles for environmentally sound business practices were drafted by the Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies.
Researching Corporations section provides links to numerous resources to investigate publicly traded corporations.
Personal commentary by Evan Stair on the effects of corporate values on small town life.
Facilitates the movement to enhance wealth creation by transforming corporations into more democratic entities through shareholder activism and empowering boards of directors.
Provides activists, researchers, health professionals, policy makers and others with information and resources so they can act to change corporate practices that harm health.
European business reference point for social responsibility issues. Includes case studies, publications, current activities and databank search.
Site for alerting and organizing efforts in corporate accountability.
Newsletter for professionals concerned with corporate social responsibility or for investors. Covers Europe, Americas and Asia Pacific regions.
Non-Profit Network for European and Comparative Corporate Governance Issues.
Nonprofit network which gets major footwear and clothing manufacturers to agree to disclose specific factory names, where in the world their products are manufactured.
Aims to help citizens' democratic rights to publicly demonstrate in order to bring accountability to bear upon large, multinational corporations.
Corporate Accountability vis a vis the environment. English link, site name, Milieujaarverslagen.
Nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to achieving just and humane treatment for workers worldwide.
Independent consultancy specializing in the legal side of corporate social responsibility.
Principles of conduct for firms doing business in Northern Ireland.
Swiss firm promoting and enabling fair trade actions.
Cyber College asks students to calculate the costs / benefits of socially responsible business decisions.
Links to articles by Bill Parish about Citicorp, Cisco Systems and Microsoft printing stock with abandon.
Thomas Frank, 35, contends that behind the go- go stock market and the feel-good atmosphere, the American economy that bloomed in the 1990's is sick, and that the divide between rich and poor has widened. To read this NY Times interview of him, requires free registration. (December 21, 2000)
An online magazine and resource center designed to provide activists, journalists, students, teachers and policy makers with an array of tools to investigate and analyze corporate activity. Documents the social, political, economic and environmental impacts of large transnational corporations.
Personal commentary by Evan Stair on the effects of corporate values on small town life.
European business reference point for social responsibility issues. Includes case studies, publications, current activities and databank search.
Regional example of BBB that focuses on ethical matters of business members for the public.
Independent consultancy specializing in the legal side of corporate social responsibility.
Global network of culture jammers and creatives working to change the way information flows, corporations wield power, and meaning is produced in society.
Provides activists, researchers, health professionals, policy makers and others with information and resources so they can act to change corporate practices that harm health.
Nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to achieving just and humane treatment for workers worldwide.
A movement of businesses committed to continually improving their positive impact on society through corporate social responsibility.
Cyber College asks students to calculate the costs / benefits of socially responsible business decisions.
Swiss firm promoting and enabling fair trade actions.
Nonprofit network which gets major footwear and clothing manufacturers to agree to disclose specific factory names, where in the world their products are manufactured.
Newsletter for professionals concerned with corporate social responsibility or for investors. Covers Europe, Americas and Asia Pacific regions.
Aims to help citizens' democratic rights to publicly demonstrate in order to bring accountability to bear upon large, multinational corporations.
Researching Corporations section provides links to numerous resources to investigate publicly traded corporations.
Provides information, tools, training and advisory services to make corporate social responsibility an integral part of business operations and strategies.
This proposal would prevent the federal government from entering into contracts with companies that are chronic violators of consumer, environmental, labor, tax, antitrust and employment laws.
Links to articles by Bill Parish about Citicorp, Cisco Systems and Microsoft printing stock with abandon.
Principles of conduct for firms doing business in Northern Ireland.
Non-Profit Network for European and Comparative Corporate Governance Issues.
Formerly the Valdez Principles, the CERES Principles for environmentally sound business practices were drafted by the Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies.
Site for alerting and organizing efforts in corporate accountability.
Organization promoting corporate accountability - holding corporations accountable for complying with consumer, workplace and environmental laws.
Corporate Accountability vis a vis the environment. English link, site name, Milieujaarverslagen.
Facilitates the movement to enhance wealth creation by transforming corporations into more democratic entities through shareholder activism and empowering boards of directors.
Thomas Frank, 35, contends that behind the go- go stock market and the feel-good atmosphere, the American economy that bloomed in the 1990's is sick, and that the divide between rich and poor has widened. To read this NY Times interview of him, requires free registration. (December 21, 2000)

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