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New! ICCR's 2013 Proxy Resolutions and Voting Guide. Format: Electronic -Adobe Acrobat PDF (bound copies
not available). Contains thetexts of socially responsible shareholder
resolutions submitted by ICCR's faith-based investors for 2013 annual company
meetings, and our voting recommendations for the coming year. File will
be sent via email within 24 hours of your order.
2012 ICCR Annual Report. Our annual report highlights ICCR's 2011-2012
work with the financial services industry, hunger, human trafficking, and more. Download an electronic version, or order a printed copy from the store.
The Price of Denial.Winter 2013 Corporate Examiner (vol. 37, no.9).This issue of the Corporate Examiner looks at the impacts of global warming; examines ICCR actions helping to mitigate the effects of climate change, and also profiles our programs in the arenas of access to health care and our nutrition initiatives.
The Company We Keep. Summer 2012 Corporate Examiner (vol. 37, no.8) This issue of the Corporate Examiner examines the moral hazards of commodity and land investments, surveys ICCR's access to nutrition work, helps investors rate the health of their food and beverage portfolios, and looks at ICCR's 40 years of environmental stewardship.
The Silent Majority Finds Its Voice. Spring 2012 Corporate Examiner (vol. 37, no.7).This issue of the Corporate Examiner looks at ICCR members' work in the arenas of acces to health care, the financial crisis, as well as their efforts to end human trafficking.
The 2012 Proxy Resolutions and Voting Guide. Format: Electronic - Adobe Acrobat PDF (bound copies
not available) Last year's Book contains the texts of socially responsible shareholder
resolutions submitted by ICCR's faith-based investors for 2012 annual company
meetings, and our voting recommendations for the coming year. File will
be sent via email approximately 5 minutes after
you place your order.
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2011 ICCR Annual Report. Our annual report highlights ICCR's 2010-2011
work on environmental health, sustainable food and water, and more. A single printed copy is free.
Losing Faith in Economics (CE Vol. 37, No. 4-5).Issue argues that the perpetuation of neoclassical economics is essentially the substitution of faith for reason, and asks how we can improve upon our ability to do economic and financial analysis by using procedures that focus more on the energy available (or not) to undertake a given industrial activity.
A Faithful Call for Universal Access to Health Care,40pgs (Corporate Examiner, 2007,
Vol. 35 No. 1). Americans without health insurance
live sicker and die younger than those with health
coverage. In this issue, ICCR has gathered together
statements on the right of universal health care
from its members' numerous faith traditions.
Due Diligence: Access to Medicines as Fiduciary Duty, 24 pgs (Corporate Examiner, 2007,
Vol. 35 No. 8). Led by ICCR, many members of the
investment community today have come to the
conclusion that improving public health in developing
countries is a fiduciary duty. This issue
of the Corporate Examiner examines the business
an excerpt here.
Getting it Right? Voluntary Human Rights Initiatives, 24 pgs (Corporate Examiner, 2007, Vol.
35 No. 6). This report rates five voluntary human
rights initiatives based on their effectiveness
in reducing human rights violations.
How & Why: Corporations Responding to AIDS,
40 pgs (Corporate Examiner, 2007, Vol. 35 No.
2-3). The spread of the HIV/AIDS pandemic has
caused business costs to expand and markets to
shrink.Read an excerpt of this issueof the Corporate Examiner which makes the case for why the business community
needs to get involved, to protect its bottom line.
A Dialogue for Development in Microfinance16pgs
(Corporate Examiner, 2006, Vol.34 No.10).Read an excerptof this
issue, which explores the current challenges facing the
microfinance industry, which lends of small amounts
of money to the very poor.
After the Storm: Rebuilding in the Wake of Hurricanes
Katrina and Rita, 20pgs (Corporate
Examiner, 2006, Vol.34 No.9). This Examiner looks at the personal, political and financial
implications of the twin storms and illustrates
the ways ICCR is responding.Read an excerpt
Benchmarking AIDS: Evaluating Pharmaceutical
Company Responses to the Public Health Crisis
in Emerging Markets, 88 pgs. (Corporate
Examiner, 2006, Vol.34 No.6-7) Read theExecutive
for Sale: Retail Guidelines for the Sale of Violent
Video Games, 16pgs (Corporate Examiner, 2006,
Vol.34 No.5). In this issue, ICCR brings together
a list of "best practices" for video
game retailers like Wal-Mart, Target and Best
Buy into one cohesive set of guidelines.
at the Bottom of the Economic Pyramid: Separating
to Survive, 24pgs (Corporate Examiner, 2006,
Vol.34 No. 2). This Examiner looks at the
range of financial services aimed at the poor,
with a special focus on remittances and microlending.
Access to Medicines, 16pgs (Corporate Examiner,
2006, Vol.34 No. 1). In this issue, ICCR recommends
specific steps pharmaceutical companies can take
to respond to the public health concerns surrounding
the industry's increasingly controversial business
Power of Microcredit, 24pgs (Corporate Examiner,
2005, Vol.33 No. 10). This issue looks at the
opportunities and challenges microfinace hold
for commercial banks.
Pharma & Small Patients: AIDS Pediatrics,
16pgs (Corporate Examiner, 2005, Vol. 33 No. 6).
Treating children living with HIV is not easy.
The cost is high, diagnosis is challenging, and
ensuring adherence is complicated. Take a look at our recommendationsin this excerpt.
Justice and the Need for Real Community Consultation, 20pgs (Corporate Examiner, 2005, Vol. 33 No. 1)
The Global Water Crisis, 16pgs (Corporate Examiner,
2004, Vol. 32 No. 10)
Principles for Global Corporate Responsibility:
Bench Marks for Measuring Business Performance,
60pgs (Corporate Examiner, 2003, Vol. 31, No. 4-6)
Guide to Religious Community Development Investment
Funds(Corporate Examiner, 2003, Vol. 31, No.1)
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