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10th May 2014
US groups urge sanctions on Thailand
WASHINGTON - Thailand should be liable to potential US sanctions for failing to crack down on trafficking in migrant workers, a group of human rights and labour organisations said on Friday. In a letter to US Secretary of State John Kerry, 19...
9th May 2014
To fight global warming, Stanford should have kept its coal
7th May 2014
U.S. Religious Progressivism “Way of the Future”
WASHINGTON, May 2 2014 (IPS) - The future of religion in U.S. politics lies not with conservatives but rather with religious progressives, social scientists here are suggesting, with a faith-based movement potentially able to provide momentum to a...
29th Apr 2014
Investors Mark Anniversary of Rana Plaza Tragedy
25th Apr 2014
Post-Rana Plaza, Global Investors Pushing for Systemic Change
By Carey L. Biron Hasina, one of the 2,438 Rana Plaza workers that came out alive, by the remains of the factory on Sep. 25, 2013. Credit: Robert Stefanicki/IPS
24th Apr 2014
A Year Later, Rana Plaza Survivors Struggle
Recovery Is Slow as Victims Deal With Injuries, Await Adequate Compensation
16th Apr 2014
$35bn Investor Coalition Writes to Bank of America CEO on Fossil Fuel Financing
7th Apr 2014
Investors lead push for more action on climate change
Motivated by mounting scientific evidence that human activity is a leading cause of climate change, major institutional investors are pushing for stronger action by companies in climate-related shareholder resolutions in the 2014 proxy season.
3rd Apr 2014
Corporate Sponsorships: What Story is Your Brand Selling?
1st Apr 2014
Mercy Investment Services withdraws board diversity resolutions following progress with companies
Mercy Investment Services is pleased to announce that it has withdrawn board diversity resolutions at Republic Services, Joy Global and Jarden Corporation following successful engagements resulting in progress by the companies.