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Heather Wurtz and Olivia Wilkinson

Introduction This article examines the role of local faith actors in institutional responses to refugees (henceforth refugee response), first in relation to global policy guidelines and frameworks promoted through the Global Compact for Refugees

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Liliana L. Jubilut

engaged in their protection—has been championed recently, for example, by the Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration 1 (as noted in its guiding principles, paragraph 15). Within this framework, universities can play a significant role and

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Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh and Francesco Carella

rights, if they are workers . They do not enjoy any specific rights for being migrants . Against this backdrop, it is unsurprising that the recently adopted Global Compact on a Safe, Regular and Orderly Migration (GCM) was born as a nonbinding

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Bringing the state back in

Corporate social responsibility and the paradoxes of Norwegian state capitalism in the international energy sector

Ståle Knudsen, Dinah Rajak, Siri Lange, and Isabelle Hugøy

: with time evolving from “philanthropy” through “risk management” to “value creation”—illustrated by a figure lifted from the UN's Global Compact ( Meld. St. 10 2008–2009 ). Furthermore, the coupling of CSR with “sustainability,” as well as the

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Ståle Knudsen, Ingrid Birce Müftüoğlu, and Isabelle Hugøy

. St. 10 2008–2009: 18 ). The 2013–2014 white paper on state ownership is more specific in that it requires corporations that have overseas operations and in which the state has significant ownership to sign up to Global Compact, follow the OECD

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Between social footprint and compliance, or “what IBAMA wants”

Equinor Brazil's social sustainability policy

Iselin Åsedotter Strønen

‘explicit’ CSR: A conceptual framework for a comparative understanding of corporate social responsibility .” The Academy of Management Review 33 ( 2 ): 404 – 424 . 10.5465/amr.2008.31193458 Moon , Christopher J. 2019 . “ ‘Rio +25’, the global

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Doing global investments the Nordic way

The “business case” for Equinor's support to union work among its employees in Tanzania

Siri Lange

in Germany, union representation on boards positively aligns with substantive CSR, like “emissions reduction, the publication of a CSR report and commitment to employment security,” but not with symbolic CSR, like being a signatory to the UN Global