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No information can be found to indicate advocacy for or against 2nd Amendment issues.
Unilever is a corporate sponsor of The Nature Conservancy, a group that supports a carbon tax, cap-and-trade, and support the 2015 Paris climate deal, Accessed 03/15/17.
Unilever is a member of the Ceres BICEP Network, which is a business coalition that supports cap-and-trade; Unilever is also a signer of the Ceres Climate Declaration, Accessed 05/17/17.
Unilever has pledged to continue to support the Paris agreement despite the U.S. withdrawal, Accessed 06/12/17.
Unilever is listed as a company that matches gifts to Planned Parenthood, Accessed 08/7/17.
Unilever is a corporate partner of Population Services International (PSI), a worldwide organization that promotes and provides abortions, Accessed 06/08/17.
Unilever contributes to Girls Inc., a pro-abortion organization, Accessed 05/16/17.
Unilever matches gifts to Susan G. Komen NYC and MN, which continues to fund Planned Parenthood, Accessed 03/15/17.
No information can be found to indicate advocacy for or against education issues.
No information can be found to indicate advocacy for or against immigration issues.
Unilever has publicly opposed Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRA), Accessed 03/15/17.
Unilever is a member of Georgia Prospers, which is a coalition of businesses opposing religious liberty, Accessed 03/15/17.
Unilever is a member of a business coalition supporting passage of the Equality Act, a national sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) accommodation mandate that would undermine 1st Amendment protections for religious liberty, Accessed 03/15/17.
Unilever is a partner of Tennessee Thrives, which is a coalition advocating against state religious liberty protections, Accessed 03/15/17.
Unilever received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on religious liberty here, Accessed 03/15/17.