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The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

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30 May 2017

From dialogue to accountability: A call for Canadian leadership on business and human rights

This week members of the United Nations Working Group on business and human rights wrap up a 10-day visit to Canada. The selection of Canada as one of just two countries the group will visit this year was opportune, given the particularly high risk of...

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15 November 2016

Assessment of Canada's Natl. Contact Point cases in extractive sector finds it unable to provide effective remedy

Author: Above Ground, MiningWatch Canada, OECD Watch

"'Canada is Back' But Still Far Behind," 15 Nov 2016...

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6 April 2016

Facing Finance report

Author: Facing Finance

"Dirty Profits 4: Report on Companies and Financial Institutions Benefitting from Violations of Human Rights," 16 Feb 2016...

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Company non-response
28 April 2015

China Gold International Resources did not respond

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28 April 2015

China Gold subject to withdrawal of Canadian Govt. trade support due alleged abuses in Tibet, says OECD Natl. Contact Point

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited China Gold International Resources to respond to the Canadian OECD National Contact Point’s final statement. It did not do so.

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24 April 2015

Ghana: 3 employees of China Gold Resources die, others injured following mine accident

Author: News 24 (So. Africa)

'3 dead in Ghana gold mine accident', 24 Apr 2015: Three people have died and 14 others required medical treatment after inhaling toxic fumes at a gold mine in Ghana...said…spokesperson for…Shaanxi Mining Company, Maxwell Wooma. The firm, a subsidiary...

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