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Headquarters in Germany
Author: Facing Finance
"Neue Technologien und alte Probleme?", 28 Nov 2018...
Durch die Wahl des sich in die Tradition der Militärdiktatur stellenden Jair Bolsonaro zum Präsidenten Brasiliens steht nach Einschätzung der Umwelt- und Entwicklungsorganisation Germanwatch die Menschenrechts- und Klimapolitik des größten Landes...
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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Deutsche Bank to respond, it did not.
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Global Witness report alleges EU investors help bankroll human rights & environmental abuses; incl. co responses
On 6 September 2018, Global Witness published a new briefing paper on the role that EU-based investors have played in supporting projects linked to human rights abuses, land grabs and large-scale environmental destruction. The report argues that while...
USA: Indigenous women's delegation calls for stronger human rights & environmental protections in the Equator Principles
Author: Women's Earth & Climate Action Network, International
A fourth Indigenous Women’s Divestment Delegation will travel to New York City and Washington D.C. from October 15-17th, to take part in high-level meetings engaging the Equator Principle Association banks (EP banks) and the credit rating agency MSCI,...
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Author: Sebastian Tong, Chisaki Watanabe & Jeremy Hodges, Business Day (So. Africa)
"Standard Chartered to pull plug on financing for coal plants"...
Author: Facing Finance...
Range of human rights abuses by extractive companies allegedly tied to European financial institutions: companies respond to Facing Finance report
"The global extractives industry is heavily involved in some of the worst labour, environmental and human rights violations. The rights of communities, farmers and indigenous people are being trampled in the push for ever more extraction. Indeed all b...
"Deutsche Bank aims to avoid environmental and social (ES) risks that might result from its business activities. In our publically available ES Policy Framework1 we explain our approach to identifying risks related to new business opportunities and...
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