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May 26
Support for Antibiotic-Free Meat Proposal at McDonald's Annual Meeting Underscores Investor Concerns


March 18

General Mills to Label Products with GMOs Ahead of Vt. Law


Jan 14
World's Largest Food Companies Urged to Step Up Efforts on Global Nutrition Crisis

Jan 7
Campbell Labels Will Disclose GMO Ingredients

Nov 24
Advocates to FTC: Stop Google's Deceptive & Unfair Practices on YouTube Kids

June 13
Jesse Jackson Nudges Facebook on Diversity

Spring 2015
Feeding Ourselves Thirsty

Sr. Judy Byron on Financing Food Justice

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kids eatingMembers of NWCRI and the Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility work with companies in the food supply chain to create equitable, accessible and sustainable food systems that nourish people and planet.

Obesity and diet-related chronic diseases and under nutrition collectively affect an estimated 2.3 billion people globally–about one third of the world’s population. Together they have significant negative health and economic consequences in both high-income and lower-income countries and have become global public health priorities. –Access to Nutrition Index 2013

We use our investor power to engage cereal, food and beverage, food retailers, fast food restaurants, and media companies in calling for more responsible nutrition. Goals:

Shareholders Seek Yes Vote on Facebook’s Privacy Policies for Youth

NWCRI, primary filer of the 2015 shareholder resolution with Facebook─Human Rights Risk Assessment─is seeking shareholders’ vote in support.

The resolved clause states:
Shareholders of Facebook, Inc. (“Facebook”) urge the Board of Directors to report to shareholders…on Facebook’s process for identifying and analyzing potential and actual human rights risks of Facebook’s operations…addressing…human rights and, specifically, children’sfacebook rights principles used to frame the assessment…

Shareholders’ Concerns & Grounds for a Yes Vote: