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Celebrating Human Rights Day: Why SDGs should be included in all CSR strategies

Celebrating Human Rights Day: Why SDGs should be included in all CSR strategies

Blog posts   •   Dec 10, 2019 08:00 GMT

Each year, we commemorate Human Rights Day by celebrating the UN adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on 10 December 1948, and calling for all companies to place Human Rights at the center of their CSR and sustainability programs.

Travel with Pride – 6 steps to support your LGBTQ travelers

Travel with Pride – 6 steps to support your LGBTQ travelers

Blog posts   •   Jun 03, 2019 05:56 GMT

Sexual orientation goes beyond travel policies and programs. It is an organization’s Duty of Care to adequately prepare its workforce for foreseeable medical and travel security risks including the specific risks faced by its mobile LGBTQ members.

Celebrating women’s day all year round

Celebrating women’s day all year round

Blog posts   •   Mar 08, 2019 07:40 GMT

In the past years we have witnessed a positive change in ideas about women's equality, however the road to achieving it is still long. While governments and civil society have a key role to play, companies are a formidable force to advance gender equality by integrating women’s empowerment into corporate strategy.

Free & Equal - Supporting 70 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Free & Equal - Supporting 70 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Blog posts   •   Dec 10, 2018 09:18 GMT

“To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.” This quote from Nelson Mandela is the perfect opening to celebrate a very special day that we, at CWT, hold very dear: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which this year celebrates its 70 anniversary.

Together We Stand – Joint efforts against human trafficking

Together We Stand – Joint efforts against human trafficking

Blog posts   •   Oct 26, 2018 14:39 GMT

Human-trafficking is a hideous practice that we, at CWT, battle every day by organizing different actions throughout the year to embed it firmly in our Responsible Business strategy. As covered in a ​previous blog post, there are different ways companies and organizations can fight it, two of them are helping those already in the battlefield and increasing employees’ awareness.

Rising Power – Women in the energy, resources and marine sectors

Rising Power – Women in the energy, resources and marine sectors

Blog posts   •   Oct 24, 2018 07:09 GMT

​According to the World Economic Forum, the participation of women in the oil and gas industry remains below 20% and between 10% and 15% at senior level. To celebrate National Business Wome​n’s Week® we had a chat with some of the top executives at CWT Energ​y, Resources & Marine to gather their views on this particular universe still very much dominated by men.

The Power Of Giving – Why companies should look after the communities in which they work and live

The Power Of Giving – Why companies should look after the communities in which they work and live

Blog posts   •   Oct 08, 2018 07:07 GMT

​Eighty years ago, Curt Carlson launched a company with a product so small, you could hold it with the tip of your finger. He believed successful corporations have the privilege and obligation of citizenship in the greater world, so he fostered the values of community engagement and philanthropy, integrity and leadership.

The Rule Of Three – How We Strengthen Our Community Involvement

The Rule Of Three – How We Strengthen Our Community Involvement

Blog posts   •   Jun 06, 2018 07:44 GMT

The Rule of Three is a style of communication which is often used in public speaking, or writing, to gain emphasis and focus on a core message on the premise that people respond subconsciously to groups of three. To work on our Community Involvement program, we have used the Rule of Three.

Human Resources And Human Rights - Five ways we show we care

Human Resources And Human Rights - Five ways we show we care

Blog posts   •   May 29, 2018 07:08 GMT

We care about our customers, and every decision is made with them in mind. But we also care about each one of our employees by being inclusive, celebrating diversity, and standing together as one. Or, as Sir Richard Branson puts it: “Learn to look after your staff first, and the rest will follow.”