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Human Rights

Human rights are a term used to describe a set of individual rights under being a human. These rights are a part of the understanding of positive moral entitlements within a global society. The notion of rules to protect citizens from arbitrary power historically connected with the concept of civil society.

UN Global Compact

UN Global Compact is a voluntary initiative to encourage businesses to adopt and report on sustainable and socially responsible policies. It seeks to align business operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption

Indigenous people

Indigenous peoples considered synonymous with aboriginal, tribal, or native peoples, and some would characterise the phrase even more broadly. There have been countless attempts to define the term “indigenous peoples,” yet in today’s complex world of interwoven ethnic identities, no one definition has ever agreed.


SA8000 is a voluntary, worldwide standard for companies for certifying and auditing labour practices in their services. SA8000 is social accountability developed and monitored by independent third-party commercial firms.