3 The legal relief system of NGOs and their members are imperfect The current legal relief system of NGOs is far from perfect. In reality, the rights of many non-governmental organizations or their members had been violated at the time when they want to get adequate relief (Lang and Xu, 2013). Legal remedies of NGOs mainly include legal remedies of disputes between NGOs and the government, legal remedies of non-governmental organization and its members as well as legal disputes between NGOs and other
and so on. (3) About the understanding of the green depth, the enterprise sticks to the product stage, that is, the green value is just to pursue the profit which the green product brings. 2.3 From the aspect of environmental protection NGO Environmental protection NGO overseas is the starting strength for green marketing development. It directly exerts
Jersey School of Public Affairs and Administration To: Professor Lois Warner From: Chunlu Xiao Date: 12/13/2015 RE: Ethic Audit for Chinese Red Cross Abstract Introduction The Red Cross Society of China (RCSC) was founded over 100 years ago. As one of the biggest non-profit charity organization in China, The RCSC used to hold a very good reputation among Chinese citizens. People trust the RCSC and willing to donate their money through the channel of the Red Cross. And the RCSC state that they
Ethics problems of privatizing water supply services. Paper submitted for Ethics class, with good reseach on Chinese market. Privatization of public systems has been going on in both developed and developing countries for many years, maybe with more strength on developing countries in the last decade because of their higher reliance on public companies. The inefficiency of many public companies and its burden to the countries bearing them has been probably the reason most commonly used to justify
ways in which they try and fight organized crime. With the use of technology, the new organized crime regime have used technology to its advantage and are seen as a very real threat to US law enforcement. Most members of law enforcement, anti-mafia NGOs and academic and journalistic analysts insist upon the fact that from the mid-1990’s on up, the anti-mafia fight dramatically slowed down and weakened.(Paoli) The consequence of recent law enforcement accomplishments is that Italian mafia organizations
suppliers and outsourcing shops, as the company struggled to uphold the values and principles inspiring the Group’s CSR strategies. Zara was a successful store, and success brings visibility. For several, reasons, both the media and the NGO community had their eyes set on Zara, a fact the company could not ignore. culture based on ethics and respect and translate into more than just aesthetic moves. So, is Inditex really and globally committed to CSR?
Turkey’s Textile Industry: Successes & Concerns Globalization has led to the rise of transnational corporations and global production chains. Global value chains “[describe] the full range of activities that firms and workers do to bring a product from its conception to its end use and beyond” (Global Value Chains). Firms are forced to make decisions regarding where production takes place, and whether to make or to buy products necessary for the firm’s success. It is important to note, however
Factors Affecting the Adoption of High Performance Work Systems in Foreign Subsidiaries: An empirical investigation in Hong Kong FACTORS AFFECTING THE ADOPTION OF HIGH PERFORMANCE WORK SYSTEMS IN FOREIGN SUBSIDIARIES: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION IN HONG KONG Ngo, Hang-Yue The Chinese University of Hong Kong Sharon Foley Tsinghua University, China ABSTRACT High performance work systems (HPWS) have been increasingly used in multinational corporations (MNCs). Drawing upon institutional theory