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30 Apr 2013

Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[PDF] Private military & security companies & their impacts on human rights - Bulletin Issue 4

Welcome to our fourth PMSC Bulletin. To assist those interested in private military & security companies (PMSCs) and their impacts on human rights, we publish this bulletin semi-annually to highlight key developments reported by NGOs, governments, journalists and others including PMSCs themselves. Previous bulletins are available here. We also invite you to consult our website and Business, Conflict & Peace Portal, which provide more resources and information about PMSCs. If you would like us to consider including something in the next bulletin, know someone who would like to receive the bulletin, or wish to unsubscribe, please contact Irene Pietropaoli: pietropaoli(at)business-humanrights.org [Refers to Academi (formerly Blackwater), Aegis Defence Services, Amazon.com, BAE Systems, Blue Mountain, CACI, DynCorp, Engility (formerly part of L-3 Communications), G4S, General Dynamics, ISS, Lockheed Martin, Nestlé, Saracen Intl., Securitas, Sterling Corporate Services]