Study: Most Finnish companies committed to human rights, but only few tell how

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ALTHOUGH THE MAJORITY of Finnish companies are committed to respecting human rights, only a quarter of them evaluate systematically and publicly how their operations impact the realisation of human rights, finds a study commissioned by the Ministry of Employment and the Economy.

The main takeaway of the study is most of the 78 companies evaluated remain in the early stages of upholding their human rights responsibilities.


Text By Aleksi Teivainen, Helsinki Times


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