Basic Policy of Respect for Human Rights

Basic Policy of Respect for Human Rights

Basic Policy of Respect for Human Rights

The Daiwa House Group declares in its Principles of Corporate Ethics its stance on respect for human rights: "We respect basic human rights and the dignity of all people, we shall not discriminate against anyone on the grounds of race, nationality, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, presence/absence of disability, age, creed, religion or social status and we shall not harass at workplace."
In addition, in January 2018, we established the " Human Rights Policy of Daiwa House Group " after understanding the responsibilities of companies stated in the UN "Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights". This policy was formulated after resolution of the Board of Directors in December 2017 after obtaining advice from outside experts.

Human Rights Policy of Daiwa House Group(PDF)

Under this basic policy, in order to allow each employee to conduct business activities that respects the fundamental human rights of stakeholders, in April of each year, we established a policy on human rights awareness raising activities with the name of the president, we are notified so that we will take more than one training.

Our Vision on Human Rights Awareness-Raising

All corporate entities are required to respect human rights. The Daiwa House Group has been constantly carrying out activities to raise the employees' awareness of human rights.
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Daiwa House Industry's founding, the employees expressed their wish to proactively take part in human rights awareness-raising activities, and adopted "Our Vision on Human Rights Awareness-Raising" to share their vision and orientation of action toward the future.

- Our Vision on Human Rights Awareness-Raising - Just and fair response at all times

The Daiwa House Group employees adopted "Our Vision on Human Rights Awareness-Raising" to share their future vision through human rights awareness-raising (education). (April 2015)


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