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Bahrain Watch: "PR Watch", company responses and non-responses

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Published on: 12 December 2012

Bahrain Watch has a project, "PR Watch", that highlights PR firms that have worked in some form for the government of Bahrain. The press release refers to the government’s “ongoing human rights violations against its own citizens.” [Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the firms named to respond: Big Tent Communications, Hill & Knowlton, Sorini, Samet & Associates, Joe Trippi & Associates, Potomac Square Group responded. Bell Pottinger, BGR Group, Cloud Media Entertainment, G3, Gardant Communications, Mark Stewart Productions, M&C Saatchi, New Century Media, Olton, Qorvis Communications, Sanitas International did not respond. Dragon Associates said it "doesn't comment on its client work in public"]

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Related companies: Bell Pottinger BGR Group Big Tent Communications Cloud Media Entertainment Dragon Associates G3 Gardant Communications Hill + Knowlton Strategies M&C Saatchi Mark Stewart Productions New Century Media Olton Potomac Square Group Qorvis Communications Sorini Samet & Associates Trippi & Associates