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5 February 2019
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Author: Société pour les Peuples Menacés

« Norvège : Construction d’une centrale éolienne sur les pâturages d’hiver des Samis à Storheia », décembre 2018...

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11 March 2019
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La version finale des 16 études de cas accompagnant le rapport Impunité « made in Europe » est maintenant disponible sur le site de l’Observatoire des multinationales. Les études de cas montrent que les politiques publiques de l’Union européenne dans...

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29 March 2019
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Author: Matthew Allen, Swissinfo

« Les banques accusées de trop investir dans les énergies fossiles », 27 mars 2019...

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6 May 2019
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O esquema de corrupção no Estado moçambicano, nomeado de caso ‘Dívidas Ocultas’, deixou um rombo de 2 bilhões de dólares nas contas do país. As dívidas teriam sido feitas para, em tese, realizar a vigilância costeira do país e construção e reparação d...

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7 May 2019

Delta and Bain & Company cut ties to event honoring Brazil's president; Bolsonaro cancels US visit after protests

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18 June 2019
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22 July 2019

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Author: Credit Suisse

We are aware that certain stakeholders have raised concerns and allegations regarding the operations of meat-producing companies in the Amazon region, in particular around illegal deforestation, impacts  on indigenous communities, and labor-related...

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22 July 2019
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23 July 2019
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24 July 2019

Brazil: NGO report alleges companies complicit in deforestation & human rights abuses in the Amazon

[To read this story in Portuguese, please, click here] The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre invited 55 companies to respond to allegations of their involvement in the deforestation of the Amazon as well as human rights abuses. The report from...

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