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17 Nov 2020

Inclusive Development International

Time for Mitr Phol, Coca-Cola, Nestle, Mars Wrigley and Bonsucro to live up to their human rights responsibilities

17 November 2017

[...] [T]he United Nations is hosting its annual Forum on Business and Human Rights [...] Inclusive Development International has joined with our partners at Equitable Cambodia and the Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (LICADHO) to issue a joint statement to the forum. The statement highlights a decade-long struggle by displaced Cambodian communities against Asia’s largest sugar company and explains how a number of prominent companies attending the forum are failing to meet their responsibilities under the Guiding Principles.


Inclusive Development International’s Executive Director, David Pred, said the brands that continue to source sugar from Mitr Phol, such as Coca-Cola, Nestle, Mars and Corbion, should utilize their leverage as key customers to demand that Mitr Phol engage in settlement talks with representatives of the affected families.


Letter to Coca ColaCompany Response

Letter to Mars WrigleyCompany Response

Letter to Nestle – No Written Response as of November 17, 2020

Letter to CorbionCompany Response

Letter to PepsiCompany Response