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31 May 2001

Activists Warn Investors about Banks of the Yangtze

Author: Danielle Knight, Inter Press Service

Continuing with their effort to block financing of China's Three Gorges Dam, environmentalists are warning investors that bonds to be sold soon will indirectly finance the mammoth hydropower project that critics say will be a social and environmental...

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6 September 2001

Hereros Sue German Firms for Reparations

Author: Business Day [Johannesburg]

The Herero community in Namibia has instituted a legal claim against three German companies for $2bn in reparations. The Hereros' Paramount Chief Kuaima Riruako, who heads the Chief Hosea Kutako Foundation, said yesterday that the lawsuit against...

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13 September 2001

Microcredit Fund Helps Break the Cycle of Poverty: Best Practice / Deutsche Bank

Author: sponsored section, International Herald Tribune and World Business Council for Sustainable Development

In 1997, Deutsche Bank set up its Microcredit Development Fund as a way of providing professional banking experience to microcredit institutions seeking loans from commercial banks.

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21 September 2001

Hereros Claim Against Berlin

Author: UN Integrated Regional Information Network

Lawyers representing the Chief Hosea Kutako Foundation [which claims a combined US $2 billion in reparations from Deutsche Bank and Woermann Line (now known as SAFmarine)] have temporarily withdrawn a legal claim for reparations against a German...

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4 January 2002

Policy Note: The Future of the Global Compact Learning Forum

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4 February 2002

Corporate Leaders Discuss Social Role

Author: World Economic Forum

Corporate leaders have an obligation as global citizens to play a larger role on the world stage, but they need to understand that this role requires them to perform a difficult - and sometimes thankless - balancing act. [panel including CEOs of...

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2 August 2002

Shell faces South Africa apartheid lawsuits

Author: Nicol Degli Innocenti, Financial Times

Royal Dutch/Shell, the oil company, is to be cited in a multi-billion-dollar class action lawsuit brought by a team of lawyers on behalf of the victims of South Africa's apartheid regime, a lawyer said on Friday...Shell, which is accused of supplying...

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29 August 2002

Bush abdicates America's global leadership role

Author: Norbert Walter, chief economist at Deutsche Bank Group, in New York Times / International Herald Tribune

...at this very moment the most powerful country in the world stands to forfeit much political capital, moral authority and international goodwill by dragging its feet on the next great global issue: the environment.

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21 September 2002

Doing the rights thing: Matthew Grenier, an independent consultant, examines the current state of company reporting on human rights

Author: Matthew Grenier, in Human Rights & Business Matters, Amnesty International UK Business Group Newsletter no. 6

When it comes to reporting human rights issues, however, the picture is even bleaker.

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12 November 2002

NGO sues firms for 'propping up apartheid'

Author: South African Press Association

[lawsuit in U.S. court against companies for past conduct in South Africa] - A non-governmental organisation has filed a lawsuit against 21 multinational corporations and leading international banks for helping prop up the apartheid state...The...

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