[cc-humanrights] Human rights statement
tatiana.tropina at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 21:44:31 UTC 2016
Yes, Cisco and others are helpful.
After going briefly through the links and documents, I realised that we
have a bit different task for now. The documents are all policy statements
(much longer than 50 words) in accordance with Ruggie Principles, and
Ruggie outline what shall be there. We have only 50 words and it looks like
we have to make a statement on Board's commitment and further work on this.
50 words will be just a few lines (Niels, can you confirm that it's 50
words only?), so the documents have to provide us with the keywords and
general ideas that we are going to use for this statement. However, I think
the statement has to be very brief and focused, kind of "quintessence".
Just initial thoughts.
On 9 February 2016 at 20:29, Matthew Shears <mshears at cdt.org> wrote:
> Don't forget Cisco - remember we need to find examples from industry
> sector that will resonate with our audience....
> On 09/02/2016 19:18, Tatiana Tropina wrote:
> Hi all,
> Thanks Niels and Lucy!
> Niels, what about creating a google doc for this exercise and sharing it
> on the call? We can try to brainstorm on the call tomorrow and develop this
> further after the call (if we don't come to 50 words tomorrow :)). It
> worked quite well before - also those who can't join the meeting will be
> able to comment/contribute.
> On 9 February 2016 at 20:06, Niels ten Oever <niels at article19.org> wrote:
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>> Hi all,
>> The ICANN board has said it wants to develop a human rights statement
>> of approximately 50 words. I suggested the CCWP HR could provide
>> input, so this is maybe something we can work on.
>> Lucy put together some examples that could serve for inspiration.
>> Looking forward to work with you on this and to talk to you on the
>> call tomorrow.
>> Microsoft https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=49026
>> A 4 page PDF. Focus: Products and Partnerships, Employees, Suppliers,
>> Broken down into separate online sections: "Respect, Mitigate, Support,
>> Supply Chain"
>> A 4 page PDF with separate headings: Policy, Vision, Responsible
>> Sourcing, Addressing Human Rights Impacts, Remedy, Empowering Women
>> Through Rights, Skills and Opportunities, Our Governance, Going Forward"
>> In the style of 'Frequently Asked Questions'
>> - -rights-policy/
>> Broken down into separate issues:
>> * Respect for Human Rights
>> * Community and Stakeholder Engagement
>> * Valuing Diversity
>> * Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining
>> * Safe and Healthy Workplace
>> * Workplace Security
>> * Forced Labor and Human Trafficking
>> * Child Labor
>> * Work Hours, Wages and Benefits
>> * Guidance and Reporting for Employees
>> More can be found on the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre websi
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