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Comparative Table with ISO26000 Core Subjects

Our engagements are shown together with the corresponding seven core subjects of ISO26000 (Guidance on Social Responsibility).

Core Subjects of Social Responsibility (6.2-6.8) Issues Web site position
6.2 Organizational governance
  • Organizational governance
6.3 Human rights

Note: Linked to the UN Global Compact Principles 1-6

  • Due diligence
  • Human rights risk situations
  • Avoidance of complicity
  • Resolving grievances
  • Discrimination and vulnerable groups
  • Civil and political rights
  • Economic, social and cultural rights
  • Fundamental principles and rights at work
6.4 Labour practices

Note: Linked to the UN Global Compact Principles 3-6

  • Employment and employment relationships
  • Conditions of work and social protection
  • Social dialogue
  • Health and safety at work
  • Human development and training in the workplace
6.5 The environment

Note: Linked to the UN Global Compact Principles 7-9

  • Prevention of pollution
  • Sustainable resource use
  • Climate change mitigation and adaptation
  • Protection of the environment, biodiversity and restoration of natural habitats
6.6 Fair operating practices

Note: Linked to the UN Global Compact Principles 3-10

  • Anti-corruption
  • Responsible political involvement
  • Fair competition
  • Promoting social responsibility in the value chain
  • Respect for property rights
6.7 Consumer issues
  • Fair marketing, factual and unbiased information and fair contractual practices
  • Protecting consumers' health and safety
  • Sustainable consumption
  • Consumer service, support, and complaint and dispute resolution
  • Consumer data protection and privacy
  • Access to essential services
  • Education and awareness
6.8 Community involvement and development
  • Community involvement
  • Education and culture
  • Employment creation and skills development
  • Technology development and access
  • Wealth and income creation
  • Health
  • Social investment

 

(As of July 2016)

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