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7 August 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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23 July 2019
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22 July 2019

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3 June 2019

Response by Deutsche Bank

Author: Deutsche Bank

Unfortunately, we are not able to comprehend the numbers mentioned in the report why we do not agree with the conclusions drawn by the authors of the report. Our portfolio with coal miners is negligibly low. We finance neither new coal-fired power...

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31 May 2019

Report alleges major banks contribute to climate change through increased funding of fossil fuels

In May 2019, a group of NGOs led by Rainforest Action Network published research findings that suggest some of the biggest banks around the world are financing fossil fuels more than ever before. Since the Paris Agreement took effect in 2016, 33 of the...

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15 May 2019
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Author: Marina Fabre, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« Le boycott a fonctionné : Le sultan de Brunei suspend la lapidation des homosexuels », 14 mai 2019 ...

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7 May 2019

Virgin CEO & 20 other executives sign onto initiative in support of LBGT+ rights; urge other businesses to follow suit

Author: Hugo Greenhalgh, Thomson Reuters Foundation

"Billionaire Branson urges business to back LGBT+ rights", 2 May 2019...

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6 May 2019

Banks ban employees from staying at sultan of Brunei-owned hotels in response to new law punishing homosexual sex & adultery with death

Media reports that multinational banks are banning their employees from staying at hotels owned by the sultan of Brunei after the Southeast Asian country announced a new law imposing death by stoning for those convicted of gay sex, adultery, and rape....

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