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16 Mai 2011

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MiningWatch Canada

[PDF] Canadian Government Abdicates Responsibility to Ensure Respect for Human Rights

[T]he Canadian government has closed a complaint from indigenous communities affected by Goldcorp’s Marlin mine in Guatemala...The complaint [that] was submitted in...2009 to the Canadian National Contact Point [for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises]...alleged that Goldcorp Inc. failed to respect the community’s rights to adequate consultation and consent, property, health, water, and right to life...[S]everal international human rights bodies and reports have confirmed violations alleged in the complaint..."The NCP has fundamentally misunderstood its own mandate and failed the communities" [said Senior Attorney for the Center for International Environmental Law Kris Genovese]

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