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20 April 2020

Guinea: Government's failure to support residents displaced for Souapiti hydroelectric dam destroys livelihoods, Human Rights Watch says

Author: Human Rights Watch (US)

“DAM DISPLACEMENT DESTROYS LIVELIHOODS IN GUINEA - 16,000 People Losing Land for China-Backed Souapiti Project”, 15 April 2020...

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20 April 2020

Guinea: Government's failure to support residents displaced for Souapiti hydroelectric dam destroys livelihoods, Human Rights Watch says

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20 April 2020

Guinea: Human Rights Watch interviews activist on displacement caused by Souapiti dam project

Author: Human Rights Watch (US)

“Interview: Displaced and Destitute as Guinea Advances Dam Project with Help from China”, 16 April 2020...

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20 April 2020

Guinea: The government failed to provide the people displaced by the Souapiti dam with adequate compensation and means of subsistence, says a new report

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20 April 2020
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Author: 人权观察(美国)

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20 April 2020
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Author: 人权观察

“几内亚:水坝迫迁摧毁生计”, 2020年4月16日...

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18 March 2020
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Author: Pagina Siete (Bolivia)

“China apunta a Bolivia con inversiones en parques nacionales y territorios indígenas” – 15 de marzo de 2020...

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18 March 2020

Bolivia: Study on environmental and social guidelines for Chinese investments warns about projects in indigenous territories and protected areas

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18 March 2020

Bolivia: Study on environmental and social guidelines for Chinese investments warns about projects in indigenous territories and protected areas

Author: Pagina Siete (Bolivia)

[Excerpt translation from Spanish to English provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre]...

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17 December 2019

Report reveals world's largest hydropower companies, primarily Chinese, fail to meet social and environmental standards for dam constructions

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