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Glencore

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Switzerland

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Glencore merged with Xstrata in May 2013 to form Glencore Xstrata, then rebranded as Glencore in 2014. Please see the Xstrata section for items about Xstrata prior to May 2013.

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12 April 2005

Mining in Latin America - series of articles & reports on its social, environmental impacts

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12 April 2005

The Impact of Mining in Latin America

Author: Latin America Press

Through this report we aim to draw attention to the most urgent and controversial aspects of mining within Latin America, and help develop a wider understanding of the issues involved. [refers to Buenaventura, Newmont, Glamis Gold, Empresa Minera Inti...

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10 June 2004

El Salvador: Companies such as Coca-Cola purchase sugar from plantations that use child labour

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10 June 2004
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10 June 2004

full report: "TURNING A BLIND EYE - Hazardous Child Labor in El Salvador’s Sugarcane Cultivation"

Author: Human Rights Watch

[refers to Amerop, La Cabaña, Cargill, Central Izalco, Coca-Cola, Compañía Azucarera Salvadoreña, Glencore, Louis Dreyfus, Marubeni, San Francisco]

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10 June 2004
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Author: Human Rights Watch

[se refiere a Coca-Cola, Central Izalco, Amerop Sugar, Cargill, Glencore International, Louis Dreyfus, Marubeni, Ingenio La Cabaña, Ingenio San Francisco, Compañía Azucarera Salvadoreña]

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4 June 2004

NGOs Condemn BHP Billiton´s Human Rights Abuses In Colombia

Author: Mineral Policy Institute

[Colombia]: The Mineral Policy Institute, Friends of the Earth Australia and United States NGO PressurePoint strongly condemn BHP Billiton’s conduct in operating its Cerrejón Norte coal mine...BHP Billiton is co-owner and operator with Anglo American...

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1 June 2003

Water, Land, and Labour: The Impacts of Forced Privatization in Vulnerable Communities

Author: Halifax Initiative Coalition & Social Justice Committee

The World Bank and the IMF have used their considerable power to force countries to privatize natural and public resources. This report documents some of the impacts, ranging from reduced access to essential services, loss of jobs and increased...

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