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13 March 2012

Dealings by Irish companies in repressive countries raise concerns about business and human rights

Author: Dr Shane Darcy, Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland Galway

Software sold in Syria by…Cellusys and AdaptiveMobile has been reported as being used by the Syrian government to censor text messages by protestors challenging President Assad’s rule…This is not the first instance of involvement by Irish companies in...

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19 May 2008
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Author: El Mostrador [Chile]

El senador socialista Alejandro Navarro, junto a guardias de seguridad y dirigentes de la FETRASECH (Federación de Trabajadores de Seguridad y Servicio de Chile) y del Sindicato Nacional N°1 de GAMA Service Ltda, además de madres trabajadoras del...

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2 May 2005

Birecik Dam [Turkey]

Author: Gama Holding

[dam & power plant owned by] Birecik A.S. ...whose main shareholders are Phillip Holzmann AG / Germany, Gama Industry / Turkey, Strabag AG / Austria and the Turkish Electric Utility Company (TEAS)

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2 May 2005

Construction firm Gama criticised for participation in Turkish dam project alleged to have displaced over 200,000 Kurds

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2 May 2005

Gama ‘had role in Kurdish displacement’ [Turkey]

Author: Michael O'Farrell, Irish Examiner

Construction firm Gama is facing further criticism for its role in a controversial dam project which has displaced more than 200,000 Kurds in South East Turkey...Gama officials were unavailable for comment last night.

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18 April 2005

Turks get Maritsa Iztok: Firm involved in a labour row in Ireland

Author: Sofia Echo [Bulgaria]

...Gama...[operating] in Ireland, allegedly has for years been making its migrant workforce work excessive hours...[Irish MP Joe Higgins] alleged that Gama had been stealing millions by underpaying migrant workers...In a statement Gama insisted that...

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