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1 August 2013

Veolia transportation Israel stopped operating the Modi'in bus network

Author: Who Profits

Veolia Transportation Israel (Connex Israel) has terminated its operations of the Modi'in bus network...which serve Israeli settlements in the West Bank and run along the apartheid road 443. However, the company continues to operate regular bus...

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16 August 2010
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Author: Julie Steenhuysen & Marine Pennetier, Reuters

Les médecins de la région du golfe du Mexique doivent assurer un suivi des effets sur la santé à court et à long termes de la marée noire, ont plaidé lundi des experts américains de la santé. Les précédentes marées noires ont montré que le contact...

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1 December 2009

[PDF] Principles and Mechanisms to Hold Business Accountable for Human Rights Abuses: Potential Avenues to Challenge Corporate Involvement in Israel's Oppression of the Palestinian People

Author: Yasmine Gado, BADIL Resource Center

One of the most important legal challenges today is the battle to hold transnational corporations (TNCs) accountable for their involvement in human rights violations. Efforts are currently being made by a variety of actors in what is referred to as...

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24 November 2009

Veolia and Alstom continue to abet Israel's rights violations

Author: Adri Nieuwhof, The Electronic Intifada

Despite mounting pressure to withdraw from the light rail project in Jerusalem designed to serve the needs of Israel's illegal settlements…Veolia is set to be highly involved in the project for the next five years…to support its new Israeli partner,...

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4 December 2006

Dutch bank divests holdings in J'lem light rail, cites settlements

Author: Meron Rapoport, Haaretz

A Dutch bank has decided to divest itself of its holdings in a French company that is participating in building Jerusalem's light rail system, on the grounds that the project "is not in line with the United Nation's demand to stop all support for...

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26 November 2006

Principled Dutch ASN Bank ends relations with Veolia [Israel & Occupied Territories]

Author: Adri Nieuwhof, The Electronic Intifada

This week, ASN Bank [part of SNS Reaal]...announced that it would end its relationship with Veolia Transport, and all companies that benefit from Israel's occupation of Palestinian territory...This article explains how the successful action came about...

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6 July 2006

Profiting from the occupation

Author: War on Want

Israel’s actions have been identified as war crimes under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, as well as being in contravention of the Fourth Geneva Convention. Yet the UK has done nothing to bring Israel to account for its actions,...

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1 July 2006

War on Want report alleges companies "implicated in war crimes" in the occupied territories

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1 July 2006

[PDF] full report: "Profiting from the Occupation - Corporate complicity in Israel’s crimes against the Palestinian people"

Author: War on Want

[refers to Tesco, Sainsbury, Waitrose (part of John Lewis partnership), Connex (part of Veolia Environnement), Caterpillar, Volvo, Daewoo, Agrexco (and its brand name Carmel)]

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1 March 2006

Israel & Occupied Territories: Dutch bank ASN divests from Veolia over its involvement in building Jerusalem's light rail system, saying the project does not comply with UN resolutions on settlements

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