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16 January 2005

Abu Ghraib abuse firms are rewarded

Author: Peter Beaumont, Observer [UK]

Two US defence contractors [CACI, Titan] being sued over allegations of abuse at Abu Ghraib prison have been awarded valuable new contracts by the Pentagon, despite demands that they should be barred from any new government work...Despite the...

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13 January 2005

The Sky's the Limit

Author: Ari Berman, Nation [USA]

...the Washington Post disclosed a $16 million contract renewal from the Pentagon to defense company CACI...one of the two main civilian contractors implicated in the prisoner abuse at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison. And just yesterday, the other major...

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1 January 2005

Global Governance Initiative report says 2005 is crucial year for govts., companies to act on global development & human rights goals

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1 January 2005

[PDF] full report: "Global Governance Initiative Annual Report 2005"

Author: Global Governance Initiative, World Economic Forum

[Chapter headings are: "The role of the private sector"; "Peace and security"; "Poverty and hunger"; "Education"; "Health"; "Environment"; "Human rights"] [refers to Merck, Anglo American, Imperial Life, Dupont, BP, Pfizer, Bristol-Myers Squibb,...

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31 December 2004
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Author: Gilles Carbonnier, Conseiller économique et coordinateur des relations avec l’économie privée au Comité international de la Croix-Rouge, Revue Internationale de la Croix-Rouge

La privatisation de nombreuses activités considérées jusqu’alors du seul ressort des États suscite de vifs débats: privatisation de la guerre, compagnies militaires privées cotées en bourse, privatisation des services publics [fait référence à Freeport...

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20 December 2004

CACI in Iraq - Frequently Asked Questions and Special Information

Author: CACI

CACI's business in Iraq has been the subject of many erroneous, misleading and false information reports in the press and media. We are confident that when people know the facts, they will see that we have performed appropriately throughout, in...

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1 December 2004

Calpers president ousted from pension fund [USA]

Author: Michael Kahn & Jim Christie, Reuters

Calpers President Sean Harrigan was ousted on Wednesday from the No. 1 U.S. pension fund...In recent years the pension fund has used its clout to press for reforms [including] reducing global warming...Under Harrigan, the pension fund...also......

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1 December 2004

[PDF] The Privatization of Human Rights Violations – Business Impunity or Corporate Responsibility? The case of human rights abuses and torture in Iraq

Author: Nils Rosemann, in Nebula

...interrogations by private military and security corporations are just the tip of the iceberg...there are about 20,000 private security contractors in Iraq, including Americans, Iraqis and other foreigners. [refers to DynCorp (part of Computer...

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29 November 2004

Companies Running Detention Centers Can Be Sued for Human Rights Violations [USA]

Author: Mary Gallagher, New Jersey Law Journal [USA]

Aliens claiming abuse by guards at a privatized immigration detention center in Elizabeth, N.J., can pursue human rights claims against the company that ran it [Correctional Services], a federal judge ruled on Nov. 10. [also refers to CACI, Titan]

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20 November 2004

Human rights: Can multinationals be held accountable?

Author: Ron Chepesiuk, National Defense College, Bangladesh, in Daily Star [Bangladesh]

...little effort has been made to make the multinationals accountable for what they do in interest of profit. But times are changing, thanks to a coalition consisting of plaintiffs from the developing world and aggressive human rights groups...[that]...

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