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9 March 2006

Yale dumping oil investments linked to Sudan

Author: Diverse: Issues in Higher Education [USA]

Yale University is selling off its oil stocks linked to the African nation of Sudan because the country has been accused of genocide...Yale President Richard Levin...said the university had stock in one of seven oil companies that it determined were...

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30 January 2006

Association of Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Asia (ASrIA) & IFC report highlights key themes by sector for analysis of Asian companies' environmental, social & governance performance

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30 January 2006

Taking Stock: Adding Sustainability Variables to Asian Sectoral Analysis

Author: Association of Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Asia (ASrIA)

The Taking Stock report focuses on identifying the key investment themes which investors should be evaluating in order to analyze environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues relevant to the largest and highest impact sectors in Asia...banks,...

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25 January 2006

China Faulted for Africa Oil Deals

Author: Michael Lelyveld, Radio Free Asia

China’s search for new energy sources has set back the cause of human rights in Africa, advocates say, but some analysts argue that China’s investment is just part of the worldwide competition for oil... [China's] energy expansion has proved most...

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9 December 2005
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9 December 2005

[PDF] Joint NGO Submission, Consultation on Human Rights and the Extractive Industry

Author: ESCR-Net Corporate Accountability Working Group

The ESCR-Net Corporate Accountability Working Group has assembled a set of case studies related to the extract industries as a contribution to the work of the Special Representative. The case studies reveal patterns of violations and gaps in the...

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9 December 2005
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9 December 2005
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1 December 2005

Speech by Irene Khan, Secretary-General, Amnesty International at the Global Compact Summit: Shanghai, People’s Republic of China

Author: Irene Khan, Secretary-General, Amnesty International

...ignoring human rights is a risk that companies can no longer afford to take, no matter where they come from or where they operate...[refers to ABB, Novartis, Statoil, as 3 companies road-testing UN Norms on business & human rights. Also refers...

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1 December 2005

The China model

Author: Ben Schiller, Open Democracy

[China's] model of international development is of increasing concern to NGOs, international financial institutions and Western companies trying to improve transparency and human rights, and develop “capacity” in poor countries. The worry is that...

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