Yara and sustainability

Human rights performance 2011

Yara continues to support the UN Global Compact, UN Declaration of Human Rights, OECD Guidelines for Multinationals, Transparency International Norway, UNICEF and ILO Minimum Age Convention.
human rights performance

Yara continues to support the UN Global Compact, UN Declaration of Human Rights, OECD Guidelines for Multinationals, Transparency International Norway, UNICEF and ILO Minimum Age Convention.

In 2010, Yara rolled out its Ethics Program and a standardized training format throughout the organization. Throughout 2011 new employees were introduced to the Ethics Program through the induction program. A new Ethics Awareness Program will be launched in 2012 to mark the 2nd anniversary of the Ethics Program, with the purpose of encouraging managers and employees to speak up and share any questions and concerns they may have.

In addition, the Ethics and Compliance Department issued the Ethics Handbook in 2010, which lays out all policies in regard to responsible business conduct within Yara. This document was translated into 13 languages.

For more information, please see Ethics and Compliance.

Please see how we implement the UN Global Compact  principles within our organization.

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