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Respecting human rights is a priority in all our operations around the globe

We make reasonable efforts to ensure that our activities do not have negative impact on human rights, and should they occur, we do everything we can to correct them. Moreover, we do everything within our power to prevent impacts directly related to the activities of our business relationships.

Public commitments
Due diligence
Incident reporting

Our responsibility

We comply with the legislation in force in each territory where we are active. We also undertake to respect the human rights of the International Bill of Human Rights, the principles established in the International Labor Organization Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and the eight Fundamental Conventions that underpin them.

We prevent impacts on human rights

We identify and assess the risks of human rights violations, both those arising from our operations and those directly related thereto and the products and services provided by our business relationships.

Incident reporting channels

We establish effective communication and incident reporting channels at operational level from the start of its activity and as soon as possible in its project planning, so that the people directly affected by is operations can inform Repsol of any situation of possible impact on human rights. The objective is to identify any concern of the possible affected people.

Training as a preventive mechanism

Training and awareness-raising regarding human rights are a key factor in consolidating a culture of respect for human rights at Repsol. This training is an obligatory requirement for contractors and suppliers.

The rights of our employees

We promote a culture of respect for human rights among our employees.

Respect for communities

We get involved with local communities and we respect the rights of indigenous peoples, seeking opportunities to improve their everyday lives.

Our business relationships

We work to prevent any potential impacts throughout our value chain
  • Committed partners
  • Suppliers and contractors
  • Corporate Security

Conducting Human Rights Impact Assessments (HRIA)

Between the end of 2014 and the beginning of 2015, a 2D seismic study was carried out of the Guajira Peninsula in Colombia. As a result, we identified sensitive elements and activated plans to remedy them.

Our contribution to sustainable development

  • 95% of contracts inlcude a human rights clause
    Contracts inlcude a human rights clause
  • 100% of security personnel staff received human rights training
    Security personnel received human rights training
  • 100% of indigenous communities with collaboration and dialogue agreements
    Indigenous communities with collaboration and dialogue agreements