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Analysis of success factors for remedy from the Dutch National Contact Point process regarding labor rights abuses by Heineken in the DRC
Author: OECD Watch
[Note: This piece was also published as part of the UN Forum blog series here.]...
Heineken & former workers in Democratic Republic of Congo reach agreement on labour rights dispute through OECD complaint mechanism
In October 2015, 168 workers previously employed by Heineken's Congolese subsidiary, Bralima, filed a complaint with Dutch National Contact Point (NCP) alleging unlawful dismissals from 1999 – 2003. Complainants alleged that Bralima collaborated with...
Author: Olivier van Beemen, Le Monde
Il y a quinze ans, le numéro deux mondial de la bière prétexta de la guerre civile pour licencier plus de 150 employés. Ces derniers viennent d’obtenir 1,3 million de dollars de compensation......
Author: Dario Kenner, Why Green Economy?
"Solar and wind energy: Driver of conflict or force for peace?", May 2017...
An upcoming publication highlights the difficulty for business to operate responsibly in complex and crisis-conflict contexts
Author: Katinka Van Cranenburgh, Linkedin.com
"Business responsibilities in times of war and peace: the case of Heineken in Central Africa", 24 March 20174...
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