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Human rights

Respecting human rights

Background

We aim to uphold fundamental human rights principles across our business and within our supply chain while at the same time respecting local cultures, national laws and the norms and traditions that exist in our different markets.

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Our response

We are a signatory to the UN Global Compact and recognise the UN Guiding Principles on business and human rights. We support the UN Millennium Development Goals and work proactively to prevent discrimination and breaches of human rights within our sphere of influence. We recently rolled out a revised approach to managing human rights risks, which helps our businesses to identify and mitigate any significant risks within their operations and value chains.

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Priority in action

Empowering women in Lesotho.

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How we're performing

Level assessment score

Human rights

Chart showing the Human rights level assesment score: 2010 2.7; 2011 2.9; 2012 3.2; 2013 - 3.3 More on our performance

Trade union membership

Percent of employees that are members of a trade union

Chart shwoing the percent of employees that are members of a trade union: 2009 - 38; 2010 - 39; 2011 - 38; 2012 - 36; 2013 - 38
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Views from our stakeholders

'SABMiller is to be congratulated for its willingness to embark on this forward-looking collaboration'

Ray Offenheiser
President, Oxfam America

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