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Аналитический отчет катрин Кучта-Хелблинг, доктор философии, руководитель исследовательских и просветительских программ для стран Латинской Америки Центр международного частного предпринимательства (cipe) - 10



^ 12.0. ПРИЛОЖЕНИЕ В: ВСЕОБЩИЕ ПРИНЦИПЫ СОЦИАЛЬНОЙ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТИ ПРЕДПРИЯТИЙ («ПРИНЦИПЫ САЛЛИВАНА»).
«Принципы Салливана», принятые в прошлом году многими международными компаниями, были оглашены в ООН в ноябре 1999 года американским баптистским священником Леоном Салливаном. В 1997 году преподобный отец Салливан разработал проект аналогичных правил для американских компаний, работающих в Южной Африке, с целью добиться отмены политики апартеида в этой стране. По его словам, главной целью этих принципов является «соблюдение предприятиями экономической, социальной и политической справедливости в местах своей работы», в том числе уважение прав человека и обеспечение равноправных возможностей трудоустройства для всех.
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Наше предприятие одобряет и поддерживает Всеобщие принципы Салливана. Мы обязуемся соблюдать законы; будучи ответственными членами общества, мы обязуемся применять эти принципы во всей их полноте и в свете законных целей предпринимательской деятельности. Мы обязуемся разработать и принять такие правила, принципы, учебные и отчетные структуры, которые обеспечили бы соблюдение этих принципов всеми сотрудниками предприятия. Мы уверены, что применение этих принципов поможет достичь большей терпимости и лучшего взаимопонимания между народами, способствуя развитию мирных взаимоотношений. В связи с этим мы обязуемся:

Мы обязуемся применять эти принципы в обстановке гласности и публиковать информацию, подтверждающую нашу верность этим принципам.
Источник: CIPE, ”Экономические реформы сегодня”, № 1, 2000 г.
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