War on Want report & responses
War on Want report "Fanning the Flames": company responses
In November 2007, War on Want released a report, "Fanning the Flames: The role of British mining companies in conflict and the violation of human rights". The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies referred to in the report to respond to the concerns raised: the results to date are indicated below.
Company responses / non-responses:
Anglo American indicated that we should link to the response they gave to a previous War on Want report in August 2007 [PDF]
AngloGold Ashanti said they have nothing to add to the responses by Anglo American (see above) and ICMM (see below).
BHP Billiton said they have nothing to add to the ICMM response and advised readers interested in understanding their policies, standards and practices to review their Sustainability Report.
Sibuyan Nickel Property Development Corp (SNPDC) statement regarding the incident referred to in the report
Xstrata has indicated that it will respond, but has not yet done so
International Council on Mining & Metals (ICMM) sent a letter to War on Want in response to the report [PDF]
Stories and Komponenten mit diesem Schwerpunkt
Autor/in: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
In November 2007, War on Want released a report, "Fanning the Flames: The role of British mining companies in conflict and the violation of human rights". The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies referred to in the report...
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