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13 March 2002
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Autor/in: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

In August 2006 three Cuban nationals accused Curaçao Drydock Company of subjecting them to forced labour in a lawsuit in US federal court under the Alien Tort Claims Act and other laws.  They alleged that the company conspired with the Cuban Government...

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5 February 2002
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Autor/in: Susan Ariel Aaronson & James Reeves, National Policy Association

NPA studied policies developed in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the European Union, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Europeans have sprung ahead of the United States in fostering an environment that has led to a plethora of...

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11 January 2002
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Autor/in: Nityanand Jayaraman, NoPE - No Plastics in the Environment

At a time when Indian cities and the rural countryside are reeling under a plastic waste crisis, official import data indicates that India has been a favoured dumping ground for plastic wastes...The imports included wastes of highly toxic plastics such...

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3 January 2002
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Autor/in: Geraldine Coughlan, BBC News

Dutch authorities have begun processing the final claims for compensation for people whose belongings were stolen by the Nazis. The government and financial institutions are paying $6,000 each to Holocaust survivors and their descendents in order to...

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19 November 2001
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Autor/in: Susan Wennemyr, SocialFunds.com

Three major Dutch banks [ABN AMRO, Rabobank, and Fortis Bankhave] announced they will restrict loans for palm oil plantation development in Indonesia that results in tropical rainforest destruction.

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25 October 2001
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Autor/in: Greenpeace

Brazilian government suspends all mahogany logging and transport -...illegalities include logging in Indian lands, which is strictly prohibited...The mahogany is given the appearance of being legal by falsified paperwork, then is exported by these...

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5 October 2001
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Autor/in: Reuters

Dutch police arrested 15 activists from environmental group Greenpeace yesterday after they occupied a chemical plant owned by French firm Atofina. Police said 10 of the protesters were arrested earlier in the day after chaining themselves to a fence...

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23 May 2001
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Autor/in: Greenpeace

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1 February 2001
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Autor/in: signed by approximately 80 Dutch non-governmental organisations

During the Spring of 2001, the Dutch government and parliament will discuss the public responsibility of Dutch companies. This manifesto addresses the issue of responsible business behaviour by Dutch companies outside the Netherlands. It reflects the...

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15 September 2000
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Autor/in: Radio Netherlands

Bregje Hamelink is environmental coordinator for the Dutch Development Bank, (known as the Development Finance Company or FMO). For over 25 years it has been lending money to financial institutions in developing countries to help them fund worthwhile...

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