Human Rights Policy

Human Rights Policy

Widespread evidence of more than 1000 years of historical quest for Human Dignity (HD) and Human Rights (HR) within races and across races and ethnic groups remain the bedrock of all Human Rights activities at Fueltrade Ltd (FTL). As the centrality of the individual in rights is essential to achieving and sustaining human security, FTL has institutionalized a strong Human Rights policy based on the tenets of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) of 15th March 2006 that all human beings have rights by virtue of common humanity. In line with the words of Kofi A. Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations “Human rights are foreign to no culture and native to all nations; they are universal” in perspective, FTL’s institutional structure provides its staff, clients and other stakeholders with the opportunity to exercise their rights regardless of age, class, gender or race.


The company also gives its staff moral claims on the conduct of all persons in their social interaction within the corporate community in order to promote freedom and dignity. The company therefore, is open to civil and political rights, social, economic and cultural rights and the collective rights of peoples to self-determination, equality, development, peace and a clean environment. As a consequence, the following quote has been the springboard to our Human Rights practice:


“The sons of Adam are like the limbs of the same body; for they share the same essence in creation. When one limb is put to pain, the other limbs cannot remain at rest. O thou who do not feel the sufferings of mankind. Thou deservest not to be called a human being.”


Sadi, Gulistan (The Rose Garden, 1258)

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