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Author: Catherine Stupp, Euractiv
Les députés européens ont adopté des règles plus strictes en matière d’exportation de technologies, notamment pour les logiciels de surveillance et d’autres produits qui pourraient servir à violer les droits de l’Homme....
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited BAE Systems to respond to human rights concerns regarding its participation in the Bahrain International Defence Exhibition and Conference. BAE Systems did not respond.
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In October 2017, rights groups called on AeroVironment, BAE Systems, Bell Helicopter, and Lockheed Martin to withdraw their participation from the Bahrain International Defence Exhibition and Conference (BIDEC). Military equipment sold to Bahrain at...
UK: BAE systems allegedly sold mass surveillance technology to repressive regimes with dubious human rights conduct
Author: The Guardian
BAE, Britain’s biggest arms company, secretly sold mass surveillance technology to six Middle Eastern governments that have been criticised for repressing their citizens, the BBC has reported. The sophisticated technology can be used to spy on a huge...
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USA: UPS, Nestlé & Microsoft among govt. contractors questioned on human rights due diligence following involvement in travel ban restrictions
Author: NomoGaia (USA)
“Companies are Helping the US Government Keep Travelers Out: Is it Rights-Respectful?”, 17 Mar 2017...
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USA: Corporate Equality Index scores record number of companies full marks for having inclusive policies for LGBT workers
8 themes to be discussed at the World Economic Forum include migration, climate change, inequality & privacy rights
Author: Graeme Wearden, Guardian (UK)
"Davos 2016: eight key themes for the World Economic Forum", 19 Jan 2016...
Tighter EU border controls would benefit defence contractors while exposing refugees to higher risks, according to experts
Author: Keith Proctor, Fortune
"Europe’s migrant crisis: Defense contractors are poised to win big", 10 Sep 2015...