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25 Nov 2014

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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

New case profile on Canadian lawsuit against Nevsun re alleged complicity in forced labour in Eritrea

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre case profile of lawsuit filed in Canada against Nevsun Resources.  The plaintiffs claim that the company was complicit in the use of forced labour by Nevsun’s local sub-contractor at the Bisha mine in Eritrea.  Nevsun, headquartered in Vancouver, has denied the allegations.]

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Eritrean refugees file claim in Canada against Nevsun over allegations of forced labour at Bisha mine, Eritrea

Nevsun lawsuit (re Bisha mine, Eritrea)