OSINTech Inc. (Kobe City, Hyogo, Japan, CEO: Masato Oda) has added two new categories of human rights-related information to RuleWatcher, which automatically collects and visualizes information provided by governments and other organizations in various countries.
Corporate Human Rights
Human rights in today's rapidly globalizing supply chain. It goes without saying that companies cannot escape the condemnation of the international community if they fail to pay attention to these issues.
However, the production and sewing of materials in the apparel industry, the cultivation and processing of food in the food industry, and the mining of minerals for machine parts are all based on harsh forced labor in developing countries, and many of them have even given rise to the term "modern slavery.
Initiatives that draw a line from such labor have been launched one after another, and global companies have come to make a name for themselves. This trend shows without a doubt that corporate human rights activities have become one of the most important management issues, and are also being emphasized from the perspective of responsible investment and ESG investment.
RuleWatcher Pro collects data on over 200 key terms such as child labor, business injustice, indigenous peoples' rights, and labor governance to provide you with signs of human rights risks that are critical to your business operations.
Universal Human Rights
"All men are born free and equal in dignity and rights. "All men are born free and equal in dignity and rights, endowed with reason and conscience, and are bound to act towards one another in the spirit of brotherhood. "(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights) This declaration was adopted in 1948. It was adopted in 1948, more than 70 years ago.
It was adopted in 1948, more than 70 years ago. Despite the beautiful words of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the society in which we live is still full of problems related to human rights, and the complexity of these problems is increasing.
RuleWatcher (for all users, free of charge) collects primary information on a wide range of human rights around the world, such as bullying, domestic violence, ethnic cleansing, immigrants' rights, sexual self-determination, and the right to information, and delivers it to all users who are interested in social issues.
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