As we mark UN Human Rights Day, the Covid-19 pandemic has made our resolve to help build a fairer, more inclusive world stronger than ever.
Four ways we’re working to create a fairer world
New initiative will help create a circular economy for plastics in India by setting up material recovery facilities, promoting household segregation of waste and supporting the social inclusion of thousands of workers within the informal waste-picking sector.
More than 1.2 million people signed the European Citizens’ Initiative to save cruelty-free cosmetics and end animal testing. Great news! But what happens now? Here’s what we’re doing…
The brand’s first Impact Report highlights the partnerships and programmes it supports to help Black-owned businesses grow.
We’ve just launched a new policy outlining our commitment to responsible business with respect for human rights as its foundation, particularly in the context of modern-day challenges for society and our planet.
Dove’s new partnership aims to create a more representative, inclusive environment online. Here’s how the Real Virtual Beauty coalition will change the game.
The skincare staple recently marked a milestone anniversary – and cutting-edge innovations and social media stardom mean Vaseline continues to grow faster than ever.
Our Chief Digital and Commercial Officer Conny Braams shares her views on how we must unite to ensure the next iteration of the internet is a safer place for people to shop, stream, work and play.
Congratulations to Dove, Vaseline, Sir Kensington’s, OMO and Hindustan Unilever for winning at this year’s International Festival of Creativity
Our brands are beginning to explore the metaverse – a virtual realm where real-world limits don’t apply, but real-world representation absolutely must. Here’s how we’ve started…
From peer-to-peer support by our proUd network to policies that promote and protect a fully inclusive workplace, we look at how equity is helping to level the playing field for our LGBTQI+ colleagues and what impact we can have in the wider business community
With the programme now running until at least 2025, we have even more opportunities to support innovative social enterprises that meet the needs of low-income households in developing countries.
Collision-preventing transponders, safety reporting apps and artificial intelligence are just three examples of how technology is helping to reduce accidents in our workplaces. We asked three colleagues to reflect on how technology has addressed their safety concerns.
What we’re doing to embed the respect and promotion of human rights into every function, role and corner of our organisation – through our colleagues, our markets and our brands.