Transparency Report 2023
The Norwegian transparency act (åpenhetsloven) promotes enterprises’ respect for fundamental human rights and decent working conditions, and ensures the general public access to information about how enterprises address adverse impacts in these matters. The act was adopted 18 June 2021, and with effect from 1 July 2022 partly implemented the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises into Norwegian law. An essential obligation under the transparency act for the enterprises in scope is to publish an account for so-called due diligence assessments with respect to fundamental human rights and decent working conditions. The Norwegian Consumer Authority (Forbrukertilsynet) is the supervisory authority under the transparency act, and provides more information about the act on its webpages.
Children’s International School (CIS) is owned by Taurito AS, organisation number 921 161 239, and part of the enterprise Dibber and the group that Dibber AS, organisation number 998 812 623, forms together with its subsidiaries (the «Dibber Group«). The Dibber Group is part of the group that HJR Holding AS, organisation number 998 812 623, forms together with its subsidiaries (the «HJR Group«). Taurito AS and CIS have prepared a transparency report with an account for due diligence assessments made under the transparency act together with the other companies in the HJR Group. The report covers the period from 2022 to 31 May 2023.
Any enquiries as to CIS and the transparency act can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Any concerns or specific incidents with respect to fundamental human rights and decent working conditions may be reported through our whistleblowing channel accessible at www.dibber.com, also anonymously.